We live in a world of “instant gratification”. Most people don’t have patience for anything anymore. Creativity is expected to come up instantly…

As a web designer, I’m often asked by my clients to do more work in less time. And from what I hear around amongst competitors and other freelancers, they’re in the same situation.

What happened to the time when people valued quality and creativity over time?

I understand that projects have deadlines and it’s necessary to be organized if you wish to achieve success in the end. But are we falling into the trap of asking things to be done for yesterday when in reality we could have allowed for more flexibility?
Creativity require time | Calgary Web Design Blog

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2 Comments

  1. Vanita Gupta 11 April 2014 at 11:33 pm - Reply

    Excellent thought! I totally agree with you. Creativity and quality does require time and with careful planning, it is possible to achieve! Great work Aurelien!

    • Aurelien 2 November 2021 at 8:23 am - Reply

      Thanks Vanita for your comment! Somehow, being impatient as human beings in regards to creativity and quality of work makes me think of fast food…. no time to appreciate life for what it is…

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