What is the difference between doing a good vs. a great job? A good job is doing what the client asked within the set deadlines. But at Etcetera, we strive to do a great job - that is, solving the client's real problem.
Here is a case of design for start-up to show you what we mean by that.
A courageous Australian entrepreneur came up with the idea of an innovative product: 3d-printed smart waterfalls, personalized for each exterior. He had a technology, the idea of how it would be implemented, and a strong belief that it would work out. Despite all possible issues, he bravely jumped into the start-up world and needed a good team to help him to prepare things right. But when all you have for investors is a prototype, it isn't enough for the real pitch. The client had a problem because they needed to package his idea in a way that would allow raising funds.
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At Etcetera, we strive to do a great job - that is, solving the client's real problem, just like in this case of Design for Start-up
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