“Project was overdued because of clients repetitive need for changes. We sent initial render moths before the job was ended. First feedback was positive and later on for each revision client had more and more requests. This comes from dual feedback, this client has one feedback and later in the process he shows this to his manager that chronically has bad feedback and constant needs for improvement. He expects the level of photo-realism beyond our portfolio level which we don't understand how he got an idea that he can get. We can offer lever of quallity like in our portfolio, not more, not less. We have done several projects with this client and we won't continue collaboration for many reasons.”
“We had poor experience with this company, one of the worst in our 1200 jobs history. We agreed upon modeling and rendering of a toy, which can be viewed here: https://ws.elance.com/file/toy_train.jpg?crypted=Y3R4JTNEcG9ydGZvbGlvJTI2ZmlkJTNEMTMwNjgyMzc5JTI2cmlkJTNELTElMjZwaWQlM0QzODg4MTQz That is finished render and by our standard its very good level and its equal level of everything else in our portfolio. Job was done upon agreement and we have sent the model as well as multiple angles of final render to the client only that upon the agree. Upon completion instead of releasing the funds client asked that because the render is not up to the standard we diminish budget from 600 to 500. We protested but agreed, client changed the terms and I accepted, only to realize late that I''ve accepted 50$ instead of 500$. Upon my shock client said that he wasn''t the one to update the terms and that his manager did it. Later that day manager responded in the workroom and literally said that the model is not good and that he realized it in the last 24 hours even that we sent the model to them month and half ago, and he gave us two options: accept 50$ and get negative feedback or cancel the job and get 0$ and no feedback. Since we accepted 50$ not realizing it is not 500$ it wasn''t worth going to dispute and get 1.0 score afterwards which would most likely happen later. In any case we have put the render in portfolio so anyone can be the judge if its not good enough, even if the client is not happy which he can of course be, he 1) said it in the very end of the process 2) tricked us into accepting 50$ instead of 500$ 3) literally blackmailed us with negative feedback 4) has our renders and the model of the train for which we were compensated 0$. The most shocking fact for us was that tomorrow he opened a new job and sent invite to both us as company and two of our individual team members (one of the worked on the train job)”
“A great client to work with. All the details for the project were provided from the beginning and he was immediately available to answer any queries. The payment was processed immediately once the project was completed. I hope we can work together in the future”
We are looking for a talented Mobile Application Developer who will be responsible for updating our existing eBook app to be more customizable and easier to read and navigate. To that end, we need someone who can build both iOS and Android application for it.
- Capable of developing on both Android and iOS platforms....
Skills: android, ipad app development, iphone app development
“Peerbits has been very responsive in working with us to develop the application and communicative in addressing the multiple bugs discovered through testing. Their contact person is friendly and understanding. Through extensive work, in the end we have a polished product and I recommend Peerbits. ”