1. Free. 2. For tomorrow. 3. Projects without clear briefing. 4. No down payment. 5. Projects on violence and pornography. 6. Touch projects of other developers.
Look at us as an extension of your team and not as a supplier, that’s how we like to work, it’s a matter of trust. We will meet, get to know each other, talk, discuss, set goals, learn to trust each other and build a team. We never accept a project as it comes, only idiots accept jobs as they come. If we want to make it really memorable, we have to go around each job until it can become a wow project. Things are clear from the beginning, if you hire us trust us and let us work, as David Ogilvy said “Don’t hire a dog, then bark yourself”.
As a general rule, we do not accept projects with a budget of less than 10K. We are very flexible in the way we charge, but we always ask for an amount in advance. In order not to delay that uncomfortable budget conversation, we give a minimum price from the beginning. It may seem a bit shocking, but those who don’t reach that minimum appreciate our honesty and are grateful that they don’t have to waste their time. For those who can afford it, it means we can quickly move on to talk about the next steps.