Website Work Proposal Checklist
This Website Work Proposal Checklist provides a set of detailed questions to enable web designers to put together a thorough and detailed web design proposal for presentation to prospective clients.
A website design proposal should contain a high degree of detail and should provide to the client a thorough description of the site to be created, including both technical and creative aspects. Furthermore, clients will be encouraged to see that their web designer has a strong understanding of the client’s business, their customers and the sector in which they operate. A good proposal will also aid the prospective client in balancing up cost and time considerations through providing thorough budgetary and time estimates.
This Checklist can be used either as a framework for a website proposal or simply as a useful set of considerations when creating your own proposal.
This Website Work Proposal Checklist is divided into the following sections:
1. The Client and their Market
2. Project Scope
3. Creative and Technical Considerations
5. Timing and Post-Completion
6. Terms and Conditions
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