Gather Website Requirements
The following document will help you when approaching us for a website quotation – it contains all
of the necessary information we need in order to build your proposal as accurately as possible.

Not all information prompted below will be relevant to you or your project – please feel free to skip these.

We will evaluate your requirements and get back to you in no more than five days.

General Information
Your Name *
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Your Business Name *
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Your email address *
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Please describe what it is your company/organization does:
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Do you have an existing website already?
If you already have an existing website, what are your goals in a redesign?
Please provide website URLs where relevant
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What is your ideal timeline?
Include all relevant dates: start date, completion date, etc.
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Your Target Audience
Please list at least two competitive websites and their URLs, and comment on what you like/dislike about them:
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How crucial will your website be to your overall business model?
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Please indicate your anticipated budget for the project. *
This is important to establish your expectations for your project.
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Please indicate whom your primary audience is expected to be:
These are the kind of users who will likely use your site on a regular basis
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Technical Features and Anticipated Scope
How many pages of content do you expect the site to require?
An estimated figure is sufficient here.
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Will you require different template layouts between pages, or will the layout remain largely the same throughout the site?
Some sites demand maximum flexibility with content placement, or perhaps different landing page layouts to the rest of the site.
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What specific features (other than core content display) will the site require?
Is the content for the website already available? If not, when do you anticipate it will be ready for deployment?
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What kind of website will this be?
For example: personal, corporate, web2.0, clean, etc.
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Branding And Design
How would you describe the style of the site? Use as many keywords as you feel is necessary.
For example: modern, grungy, bright, colorful, dark, retro, minimalist, neutral, corporate, paper-made.
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Do you already have design assets available for the project?
This can include layout wireframes, design mockups, or full Photoshop design files.
Additional Information
Please provide any additional information that you feel is relevant to the project.
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