^ I used to inform cost in ranges, something like between $100-200, $500-1000 etc when the scope isn’t clear. Sometimes it happens that we have to complete project with unfair budget just to avoid altering the price too many times!
This is still okay, lol.
Here is a sample of one of my clients: (Conversation via Skype)
Sounds like there are too many ‘layers’ (agents) between your client and the real customer. “none of ur business” sounds the client doesn’t knows what is CR, CS. Probably simultaneously chatting with another agent and doesn’t interested to pass your question to them before deal started Escape!
Calm down, if you implement flash with full screen dimension, wmode transparent and move half a dozen balloon graphics, the performance will be almost similar to the present one. Safe to say that Flash can be excellent than html5 when it comes to filters, bitmap data and 3d content. Otherwise, things look almost similar with slight compromise on smoothness.
Who cares about performances, flash better than html, flash better than js, js is crap, wordpress themes are all the same…
There is a market with a specific demand in this web moment… I only care about making money to live, this is my job. Do what people want, all the other thinking is just a waste of time.My sad 2c
I think this is the time to add +1 for this post!
...you can learn other language in a minute and adapt youself to the industry future. But what about me, a poor and small fishy designer… I ‘m needing to change 60% my business model!! ...
^ I can understand how much AS improved but if we look at how actually the learning curves impact on the web design work environments, we can see there is a problem with significantly big jumps like AS2 -AS3. Important to note that Flash wasn’t that much big community to withstand lose of designers from the platform.
Anyway, keeping this thread alive is not good at all, sorry!
@VF AS3 is not a fault, it’s an evolution of the platform. We can argue all days about this. I hate AS2 as much as I hate JS seriously.
Not a fault but lacks balance between performance-usability. Adobe didn’t carried what was kept balanced until Flash 8. As a business, it was a huge risk Adobe taken with AS3 without having alternatives to convince non-hardcore flashers. Even at the time of AS2 , I remember there was good demand for applications like “swish” to help those doesn’t have much coding skills to edit Flash files. But After introduction of AS3 , we know how interests got reduced.