How to Convince a Client their Site Doesn’t Need Music

October 20th, 2006 by Jerome Dahdah

Boom BoxI hate it when websites automatically start playing music. Ever opened lots of search results in Firefox tabs, only to start a quest for that one tab that is now blurting elevator music right through the song you were just enjoying? Unfortunately, sometimes clients think it’s a great idea. “We’re oh so flippy now!” So, how are you going to ward off this incarnation of evil? has the answers.

2 Responses to “How to Convince a Client their Site Doesn’t Need Music”

  1. Kayzah says:

    Lol @ the facehugger-Wikipedia-link in the reasons.

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