It’s perfect! Just one thing. We have that contact form on Contact Us page, I want you to remove that and give our email address instead. And make it into a riddle so they have to solve it to get the email. We want to ‘engage’ our visitors.
But I thought you were a ‘FREElancer’ !
Thanks for emailing me the PDF. Can you please resend it to me at 100% and not at 147%.
Client: “Can you make the background of the page red?”
Me: “Wow, I don’t recommend it, it will look horrible. Do you mean like this? (Showing #FF0000)”
Client: “Yeah, and text in orange. It will attract more visitors.”
I will have to look at it tomorrow - I have already unplugged my computer for the day.
I got this email Monday morning from a client about their web design we’ve been developing since November:
“We would like the colors to change to a deep teal background & dark plum/purple text.”
So I sent them this:
Client: “We really love the design! However, can you make our website less cutting-edge? Our clients aren’t really that good at using the Internet and won’t use all of the bells-and-whistles.”
Me: “What are you referring to specifically?”
Client: “We don’t need the login area. None of our customers will use that.”
Me: “OK, well it is an e-commerce store so I’m not quite sure how you’re going to get paid without being able to identify the client.”
Client: “Well, you’re the designer and you’ve done a great job so far so I’m sure you can figure something out. Look at Google! You don’t have to login to their site and they’re making tons of money!”
Client: “It’s a great design. Beautiful, classic, elegant and sleek. It hits everything on our wish list, can we add in some cheetah or leopard print?”
Email from client: “What we really want is a function where the user visits our website and the instant they do so it fires up Microsoft Word on their computer and starts filling out an order form. We think we would get massive revenue this way.”
Client: “We’re trying to watch the DVD with the advert on but we can’t hear it. We’re really not happy. You need to bring a new DVD over asap.”
Me: “What are you playing the DVD on?”
Client: “My receptionist’s computer.”
Me: “Does it have speakers?”
Client: “No, will you send some over?”