This project was a collaborative effort between digital-AMMO and yet another Global agency. We were brought in a year after the project started because the agency in question was not able to achieve a satisfactory look and was under an increasing amount of pressure from the client. To their defense this particular client was a royal pain in the ass. We’d probably want to say worst things about them but for the sake of preserving our professional demeanor, we’ll abstain.
It’s a funny thing when a client comes at you with such aggression. Fearing a lawsuit, the agency who brought us in slunk away into the shadows so we were left to fend for ourselves. The CEO of digital-AMMO is an interesting character. He certainly doesn’t fear anyone and will meet aggression with aggression if need be especially if his employees’ dignities are at stake. Thankfully people can generally sense this so the situation between our CEO and the client didn’t devolve further. While things sometimes got heated, the notoriously aggressive client shut their mouth when the first poofs started to roll out.
What graced their monitors was something that embodied their original requests. All of them. The look was contemporary yet classically set amongst various roman architectural elements…just as they had initially asked, over a year ago. We still don’t know who was originally at fault but the agency who brought us in has always treated us reasonably and the client never reared the ugly head we always heard about. Whatever the case, we solved all of the problems with superb work.