The initial proposal is a document that provides a basic outline of the web site project.
It contains enough detail to give the prospective client a general idea of what you would be delivering, but it leaves out the specifics that you would later detail in the actual web design contract.
Initial proposal contains:
- Basic page counts.
- Estimated total cost.
- What you charge per hour – all clients seem to want to know this.
- Major functionality – PHP, Flash etc …
- Proposed delivery dates.
- Payment terms.
Check out the session for details:
Tags: Business of Web DesignThis post was written by: Stefan Mischook
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