There is an old "joke" in the web development world that is both funny and sad: What is the difference between a $20,000 website, a $200,000 website, and a $2 million one? Answer: The gullibility of the client. In 27 years of building websites, I have NEVER met a gullible [More]
If you are a service provider, how do you set your price? And if you are a buyer, how do you know whether the price that you are given is reasonable? Beyond the obvious, price itself is an indicator of a number of factors: value, credibility of the service provider, [More]
Have you ever received proposals from several vendors for the same web project, only to see a significant difference in their fees? While a tightly specified RFP is supposed to guard against this, when it happens, there should be no real surprise. Here's why: Every respondent will go (or should [More]
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