Tag Archives: Project Abandonment

Warning Signs of The Disappearing Web Developer

Watch for signs of fleeing web developers

In my last blog post, “Client Abandonment: My Web Developer Disappeared!“, we took a high level look at what happens when a web developer disappears from a project s/he was contracted to do. Sometimes, it’s not easy to tell when a developer might disappear on you, but there are early warning signs that you should be aware of that will trigger a yellow or red flag.

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Client Abandonment: My Web Developer Disappeared!

 What to do if your web developer disappears on you

What to do if your web developer disappears on you

The disappearing web developer magic trick happens more often that you might think. All too often, a developer is contracted to build or enhance a site, but ends up disappearing somewhere during the project. Unfortunately, this can happen on just about any project, big or small; high dollar or not. The disappearing web developer trick isn’t limited to individual “freelance” developers either. Project abandonment happens with large development firms as well. Let’s take a look at how it happens, give you a few tips on how to prevent it, or recover from it, if it should happen to you.

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