Sorry, I needed somewhere to post this other than my blog. So I recently started working with a client earlier this month. I met with her and we discussed how we were going to put this website together. She only wanted a customised starter website where she could display her work (she works as a hair stylist), but she didn't want to spend a lot of money on web hosting. Since she was being cheap, I offered to create a Blogger template for her which would make the blog look like a "real" website (she still had to buy a domain name). After I showed her a website that I had done for a client in the past, she was ecstatic and we agreed to what the website would look like. After she sent me everything I required for the design, I created the website and then I showed her the draft. At first, she requested small changes to it which were reasonable (editing her images to make them appear cleaner, making the navigation bar match the overall theme, etc), and she was very content with the website's design. She said that it was great and now we can focus on adding information to the biography and testimonial pages. Since I thought that I was nearly complete, I asked about 25 different people what they thought about it and all the responses were positive. All was good until she messaged me a few days ago requesting a few 'minor' changes. Her requests were as follows: Enlarge the images she took with her iPhone camera and also make them "higher quality". Make the background more "modern" (she wants a fancy custom background for free). Turn the gallery page into an interactive book where visitors can flip the pages (she also wants this for free). Make the website more dynamic (again, for free). After I told her that this is not what we originally agreed to, she sends me a message that eloquently says, "I need something like this I feel my website . More mature looking", and links to a $5000 template design, but she wants the extra work done for free. After I told her that there's no way I'm creating that for free in 1 week, she messages me saying, "Okay what it (if) we look into squarespace.com. I need it to look higher quality". In other words, she wants me to abandon a month's worth of work for a bloody squarespace website (which she doesn't know costs money).