"Any good designer will do the needed due diligence to create a great design. With wireframes and research provided to the designer, they should get up the learning curve much faster. If they see a problem with the wireframes and/or content, they…"
"I would not say it is advisable even given resource limitations, but it is not an uncommon practice. I completely agree with David that it can be frustrating to the designer. I would advise involving the design team as early as possible. With so…"
"I've been on both sides of this and as a designer I was always frustrated when I wasn't included from the beginning. It was common for me, as a designer, to find problems with the wieframes because the programmers, content experts, etc.…"
"We did just that. Though we treat our wireframes as a guide and not as a set in stone layout. It can save some money, but it really helps the group responsible for the web site to discuss what content is needed before the design starts."
"We don't -- or at least the pages I manage don't. fortunately, we have not had a problem (other than the two posts from solicitors!). So far, we haven't felt the need for a comment policy. If you decide to go with one, let me know.…"
"Thx. I thought about deleting the posts and blocking the senders ... but we have tried not to "edit" the page in other ways. I don't want our fans/students to think we are heavy-handed in that way, but I also don't want them to…"
"Had this problem with a MySpace profile at a former job. I would delete the posts and then delete the person from the group. (Or friend list, in the case of MySpace.) If you are the FB page admin, you should be able to do that. There really…"
In the past few weeks, we've had a realtor and an insurance salesperson post notes to the wall of our Facebook page for admitted students for Fall 2009. Should we delete the posts or let our fans continue to ignore them (or contact them independently--I suppose that's possible). Has anyone had any experience with this before? Any suggestions? Thanks.
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