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Request for Proposal

A Request for Proposal (RFP) is the best way to bring us up to speed on your project. It helps us determine your project’s exact scope, whether we’re the right people to help, and the best way for us to follow-up with next steps. 

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Your business + background

Please introduce yourself and your business, with a brief background on your company’s history, business model, customers and vision for the future.

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Project scope
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Project details

Please describe your objectives for the project, and what you hope to receive in terms of output. Try to include the three most important things that, if done well, will make the project a success. Be as broad or specific as you like!

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Your audience

Describe your target audience and how you’d like your relationship with them to change through this project. Who are they, what makes them tick, and what are the most important things you want them to know about your business?

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Next, list 1–3 websites that you’d either like to model your project after, or just find visually awesome. Please explain what exactly you like about each one – whether it’s the overall look and feel, animations, functionality, colors, use of imagery,  tone of voice, etc. And remember: these websites don’t need to be from competitors in your specific industry. It’s actually better if one or two aren’t.

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Approximately how many unique pages does your site need?
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Do you need help with..
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Is your written website content complete?
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What budget are we working with?
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When would you like the project to start (and finish)?

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Anything else?
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Last but not least

How do we get in touch?

That's it. Thank you!

We will review your answers and get back to you ASAP to discuss your project in details.


Project Leah Beckly

Weeks from start to finish

Leah Beckly's portfolio site

In line with Leah Beckley's consulting style, we developed a thoughtful dark-themed website from the ground up. The dark theme not only sets a professional tone but also makes her portfolio stand out, reflecting the depth and seriousness of her work in brand and project management.

A pristine white building under a clear sky, adorned with windows.
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