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Choosing the Right Team

You need to deliver quality projects to your clients, or they won't come back for more -- and they might even tell their friends to avoid using you for their projects. How can you complete projects your clients will love? Hire the right people to do the job. Romeo Marquez explains what to look for in a designer and a programmer.

  1. Choosing the Right Team
  2. Stick to What You Know
  3. Phase I: Find a Good Designer
  4. Phase II: Choose Your Programmer
  5. Living in Perfect Harmony
By: Romeo Marquez
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February 23, 2005

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Letís face it, as a business, if we canít deliver quality projects weíre doomed. And the first step to doing a great job from the get-go is to choose the right people to work with. What to look for in a designer and a programmer will be discussed in this article, keeping in mind that our main goal is to produce the best outcome for our clientsí benefit.

In an earlier article that appeared in Plug-in, I addressed a few habits that a good service provider should always have. Our main goal is to use these good qualities with our clients in order to keep them coming back to us.

It has been said that the best publicity comes from word of mouth. If this is true, itís up to us whether a client will be enthusiastically recommending us as a great provideróor as the service provider from hell.

Weíve already discussed a little about communication and being positive, and even though thereís still a lot of ground to cover on these two subjects, I now want to talk about ensuring the quality of you project.

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