Our expectations are high, our choices are infinite and our patience is thin. But, in design, as in life, there are always three factors and you can only have two of the three for any given item:
Time (how long does it take)
Price (how much does it cost)
Quality (how good is it)
To get it fast, you must pay more or sacrifice quality. To get a lower price, you must wait for it or sacrifice quality. To get great quality, you must pay more or wait for it.
The obtainment of two of these factors always sacrifices the third factor. I have not found any exceptions to this principle yet.
Let me know if you have…