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I would look carefully at the term, "attractive," and not necessarily presume that it is referring to aesthetics. When someone has a job to do with a piece of software, the adjective "attractive" doesn't necessarily refer at all to how it looks. ("Paint the hammer any color that you want to ...") I would not place too much credence, frankly, on "XY graphs"...


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Fascinating question and more subtle than I originally thought. According to this graph, as investment into an unexpected/new/innovative feature's functionality is increased, user satisfaction goes up exponentially. In fact, according to the graph, at the higher end of investment, where we perhaps have a disproportionately large part of our budget and ...


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Let's see - you have vague requirements from the customer which in addition wants a checkpoint every 2 weeks. And you have a software house (consultants?) contracted for the job that require a fixed set of requirements. Have you considered an agile approach to this? Maybe you can take the position as Product Owner on behalf of the customer (if possible) ...


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By contact person I assume you mean project manager as that's the description you seem to be implying. The issue is not your customer or your vendor. The issue is your lack of knowledge and skills in managing projects, which is why you're here asking this question. The problem is, the forum cannot possibly teach you how to manage projects as you're missing, ...


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