6 painful lessons I learned as a rookie web designer
It was 2007 and business was booming. I was getting 2-3 requests for web development work a day and could barely keep up.
To cope with the growth, I brought my brother and a friend into the business with me.
Neither had much experience, but I figured I could train them quickly.
Then, I met the client. I’ll call him Bob.
He was a nice guy and it looked like it would be a great project. He was designing his own website and just needed someone to help him code it and put it on WordPress.