Website Design Change Order Form
This Website Design Change Order Form has been created for use by web designers when dealing with clients and allows a client to request changes to their site as specified in the web designer’s project proposal.
Having submitted a website specification or a website order form to a designer, a client may subsequently change their mind about certain elements of their website. This simple form allows a client to freely describe the changes they wish to be made to their site.
It is recommended that clients are advised that certain elements of a web design contract, such as the setting up of third-party hosting and domain names will require separate contracts that, once entered into, will generally be binding for a specified period of time (e.g. 12 months) and thus unchangeable.
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