Question:

Has there been a project that you've worked on that was particularly challenging or frustrating?

17 April, 2022 Ronald Badon 5

Answers (5):

  • AUTHOR: RANDY PECORA
    18 April, 2022

    There was this one project that I was working on that was particularly challenging and frustrating. It wasn't challenging in terms of the actual work, but rather in terms of finding the motivation to do it. The project itself wasn't particularly interesting or exciting, and I just couldn't find the motivation to work on it day after day.

  • AUTHOR: JESSE GRISBY
    18 April, 2022

    I tried a lot of different things to try to find that motivation, but in the end, I just had to force myself to sit down and work on it every day until it was done. It wasn't easy, but eventually I got it done and was very happy with the results.

  • AUTHOR: WALTER FLEISHMAN
    18 April, 2022

    Every project poses its own unique challenges, but there are definitely some that stand out more than others. One project that I remember particularly struggling with was an e-commerce site for a client. Not only were there a lot of technicalities involved in getting the site up and running, but there were also extensive back-end processes that needed to be put in place in order to keep track of inventory, orders, etc.

  • AUTHOR: LAWRENCE PEPPER
    17 April, 2022

    Working on challenging or frustrating projects is something that we all have to deal with at some point in our careers. Whether it's a project that just seems to be going nowhere, or one where everything seems to be going wrong, it can be tough to keep your motivation high and stay positive.

  • AUTHOR: KEVIN FETZER
    17 April, 2022

    One project that I worked on that was particularly challenging was a website redesign for a client. The client had a lot of specific ideas about what they wanted, but every time we tried to implement them, they were just never quite satisfied. It felt like we were constantly going in circles and no matter what we did, we just couldn't make them happy.