Understanding Your Client’s Perspective with Meg Long – The Divi Nation Podcast, Episode 53

Posted on July 21, 2017 by in Divi Resources | 3 comments

Understanding Your Client’s Perspective with Meg Long – The Divi Nation Podcast, Episode 53

Welcome back everyone to this week’s episode of Divi Nation. We’ve got a great conversation to share with you this time around with web designer Meg Long. Meg’s a fairly new face in the Divi community but I wouldn’t be surprised if she becomes a mainstay. Not only is she easy to get along with (which always makes the community side of things easy) but she’s got a lot of talent and experience to share. Check it out!

Understanding Your Client’s Perspective with Meg Long – The Divi Nation Podcast, Episode 53

In this episode I interview Meg Long of Meg Long Creative her one woman web design shop based out of Los Angeles, California.

Meg is one of those guests I have get on the show from time to time who I have never met before, but the community has nominated because they respect the work they’re seeing. After getting to know her a little and see that work first hand, it’s no mystery to me that she was nominated to be on the show.

Meg seems to be one of those web designers who really gets communication. It’s obvious looking at her website and her work that she’s able to put herself in a client’s shoes, find out what problems of theirs that she can solve, and then bring in a lot of other really valuable skills and insights along the way.

We talk about all that and more in today’s episode of Divi Nation.

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Well that’s all for this week’s episode. Thanks again to Meg for making the time to be on the show. I hope you enjoyed our chat as much as I did. If you have any questions feel free to leave them in the comments section below!

3 Comments

  1. Wow I love her website and her portfolio. I like her approach on web design.

  2. Meg is such an adorable person and this interview helped me a lot with how I look at “things”. I slowly started scheduling tasks via timeslot system and strict availability like she does in the beginning of May 2017. Until then, there was absolutely no life-work-balance in my life at ALL!

    It is getting better now.. although there are still some clients who call after 9pm or on the weekends…

    There is still room for improvement. For example: I tend to skip office tasks and postal mail tasks… because I never planned any time for that in my schedule.
    So now I decided to change the office hours from mon-fri to mon-thur and fri I will fully dedicate to paper work and other errands. weekends completely off work time and quality life time.

    I so agree with Meg: you have to have such well planned out schedules.. otherwise you will be working 24/7 and after some time you will break down because a human’s body isn’t made for no sleep and no relaxing times.

    Thanks for an interesting interview!

    • Nathan B. Weller

      Thanks for tuning in! So glad you found value here 🙂

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