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Saved you a click: "
Most badly done redesigns are a waste of money"
I read that in cockney
I heard that they raised the price today by $50.
Epic feedback bro!
As a company, High Contrast say they spent:
72 design hours 3 creative directions hours 8 account management hours 4 copywriting hours
on this redesign concept, this seems to transcend "just for fun redesign" project and moves into the realms of marketing pitch or promo material investment.
I'm not massively bothered about the redesign, it looks nice enough but I don't use the product so can't say if it's an improvement but I'd love to know a little more about how this sort of investment by a company pays off in terms of promotion or lead generation (or whatever).
Is anyone from High Contrast able to provide a little more insight into that? I'd love to read about the results of this sort of this sort of work.
Yeah, there's a bit of a mixed bag there for sure. I don't really curate it much so it's literally stuff I'm working on right now a lot of the time.
This is just an ad for a bed company.
I've had a dribbble profile for a few years and largely speaking I only post snippets (screenshots, photos, sketches etc) of the stuff I'm working on and to be honest I wonder why I bother these days.
Sometimes I find it helpful posting a screen with some detail about what I'm doing and asking for specific feedback and I've had some helpful comments but nothing I couldn't get from Twitter friends tbh.
Work leads from my account since signing up in 2011 (jesus where did the time go?!) have totalled ZERO. I guess it's an indication that I'm not uploading the "right" type of work in progress shot.
Be nice. Or else.
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