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Nick Finck

July 8, 2003 at 2:51 PM

Keith Robinson makes some excellent points about giving the client what they need, not what they want. He focuses his discussion around Flash and clients that believe it makes their site appear more professional than a non-Flash site. While we all know this to be false, the client is, well, the client. Do you go with the flow or try to spend your time educating the client. All good points. The article is entitled "The Problem With Flash..." All in all, Flash won't make your site appear more professional by itself. It is a good designer who knows when to and when not to use various tools of the trade to makes a site look professional.

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