A complexity represents a nonlinear growth in overall development & QA time, which can crush your project!
Positive option: When you always get approval on every single thing, every single time that request is made, and you have an initial scope of work document, you’ll almost never run into major scope creep issues.
Negative option: If it wasn’t in your contract, now the client’s upset, because they feel like they’re not getting what they’re paying for, and you’re upset because you feel like you’re working too hard for the amount of money that you’re making.
Want to avoid getting left holding the bill after a project? Here’s the fastest, easiest way not to end up between your production team and a client in a bad situation.
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