Getting that “Funny Tummy Feeling”…

Wednesday, August 19th, 2009 by Simon Morton

Do you remember that “funny tummy feeling” you used to get when younger?  You know, the one that used to bubble up in the pit of your stomach before a big party, getting ready for a “hot date” or when you’ve bought someone a brilliant present and you can’t wait for them to open it.  Ring any bells?

It’s a heady mix of anticipation and unadulterated excitement…and rather pleasant.

Sadly the over excitement of youth is now a distant memory however at Eyeful we still pull upon the “funny tummy feeling” (or FTF for short) in our day-to-day work.  Along with a long list of quality control measures governed by our delivery team, we use FTF as a final check before sending a finished PowerPoint presentation out to a client. 

Three simple questions guide our way:

  1. Will the client be excited by it?
  2. Are we proud of it?
  3. Can we not wait for the client to see it?

Put simply, if we don’t get a collective FTF, it goes back into the studio.  No questions.

So when you work with us and find that we’re on the phone, giggling in anticipation with what you’re about to see, please forgive us.  We’re just in the thick of a “funny tummy feeling” moment and you, our client, are on the receiving end.

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2 Responses to “Getting that “Funny Tummy Feeling”…”

  1. […] may notice that we get excited by the funniest things…all things PowerPoint and techie, FTF (funny tummy feeling) and so […]

  2. […] What makes it all the more special is when that very same customer also appreciates the extra mile the team put in to deliver that “X” factor.  […]

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