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FinalDestiny
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Here’s the deal. If 50/50 is fair on PSD / WP, then what’s the fair split for PSD + HTML (from the designer) and WP from the programmer? 50/50 again? HTML takes time as well. Less than 50 for the WP dev? No way.

So?

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tvdathemes
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Okay. I agree, if this is a one-off project. But if you ever work in a team (designer and developer), then 50/50. Responsibilities are shared equally.

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billyf
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Okay. I agree, if this is a one-off project. But if you ever work in a team (designer and developer), then 50/50. Responsibilities are shared equally.
If the designer is only making PSD designs without coding a single line, I am sure the ‘team’ (assuming it’s a partnership between individual authors) will break up soon, even if it could be formed. A coder does a lot more work and uses more time in developing the website, not to forget that any bugs / customization is done by the coder, not the designer.

I’m sorry to say that I don’t see how a designer shares the same responsibility with the developer in this case.

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wiseguys
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Here’s the deal. If 50/50 is fair on PSD / WP, then what’s the fair split for PSD + HTML (from the designer) and WP from the programmer? 50/50 again? HTML takes time as well. Less than 50 for the WP dev? No way. So?

I was only replying to that 90%-wp 10%-designer post, nothing more, because 90-10 sounds ridiculous to me. My last post here :D

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