Web designing is a career field that is not only fascinating and profitable but, it has lots of issues that designers have to face. These include meeting deadlines, using complicated or under performing tools, computer glitches and most importantly, dealing with difficult clients. Here is all you should know about dealing with customers.
Initial meeting with the client
Once you get in touch with a client, you need to set up a meeting with them to discuss what they need from you. When you are preparing to meet your client, make sure you are presentable. Wear something decent and casual. Carry with yourself a sketch book, marker, pen and your business card. When you are speaking to your client, you need to show that you are involved and passionate about your work. If you aren’t passionate enough, you will make no connection with your client. Next, you need to find out what your client needs. If you are able to satisfy their needs, your professionalism will definitely shine through. Also, you can let them know when you think what they want will not work the best for them. As and when you finalize on certain things, you must write them down and make notes of everything they say. Also, if you are a beginner, you must take up the job, no matter what the budget. However, whatever you do, don’t let them have the upper-hand at any cost or you will only lead to failure in the future because they will think that they can walk on you all over every time.
Hello to yahoo’s new logo
Yahoo retired its 18-year old logo and rolled out a new design online early Thursday morning. It’s part of an effort from CEO Marissa Mayer to inject some fresh visual interest into the venerable tech brand, while keeping the familiar color and exclamation point.
After 30 days of teasing new, but overall incredibly similar designs, yahoo unveiled its next official logo at midnight.
The logo changed from this to
Web Developers and Web Designing Companies have been collaborating to try and combat spam with various methods for years. One method that is being used nearly unanimously by webmasters is the CAPTCHA which stands for- Completely Automatic Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart.
Some captcha are really hard to decipher, it looks like a child had written something with an ink-starved pen and then left the piece of paper out in the rain, quite artistic. If you try to attempt that code surprisingly it will be thrown back with an “incorrect code entered message”.