It's Christmas night and you wake up way earlier than everyone else to check out what Santa brought you. Yes, Santa was still around). You know you've been a charm with everyone, your grades can´t be better, and you were as descriptive as possible with the new bike you KNOW you deserve. You even specified the blazing-red color you want it to be and wrote the exact address of the store where you saw it in display.
The house is dark and quiet, the snowflakes fall gently through the night. The only lights that can be seen are the ones shining beautifully around the tree. Then you size it: Sparkled by the lights, the biggest present of all has your name on it. You discover your gift by pulling the wrapping paper and… It's not your bike. It's a bike alright, but not the one you wanted… not the one you NEEDED. Remember that feeling? Well that's exactly what our customers feel when you don't provide EXACTLY what they were expecting. Even though it may be their fault for not being clear enough, it sucks, doesn't it?
You know you have great ideas. You are quite conscious of your sharpness when it comes to detect what the client wants. But what happens when the client just doesn´t understand your approach to the project for whatever reason? Or when clients don’t know how to explain themselves?
We all have been through this and it is not nice because people always tend to look for someone to blame, and that doesn’t make things any better. It only creates conflict between the two parts. So, let’s avoid this anytime it is possible.
It may seem impossible, but there are a few close-minded prospects out there that can´t picture how you can solve their needs. Some people are not good enough to imagine a project or to picture an idea of something new and different. Or perhaps you are not really that good with words and it's not always easy to express yourself and put your ideas into words. And that's completely fine, by the way! No one has ever gone to jail because of that, but a big part of the job is to make them fall crazy-in love with the project, even before it is finished. That's when the 3D World Renderings team jumps in! We can solve every single problem related to this issue and some other situations in which you need to show how things are going to be in the future.
If there was a guaranteed way to avoid disappointed clients in a 100% rate, would you be interested? If the answer is “YES” then we are ready to have a chat. In 3D World Renderings, all your Real Estate Development, Interior Designs, and Architectural projects are brought to life through 3D rendering, virtual reality tours and 3D animations. This is our way to help you portray your product to your client. No surprises = No deception = No trouble.
Yes, I know we met a bit late and Santa did crush your heart that Christmas night. But at least you don't have to worry anymore about accomplishing your client's expectations. Now you can do the best for your business, its reputation, and its results. Isn’t it great?