New Project Questionnaire
Please fill in this questionnaire to help us gain a better understanding of your project goals.
We will get back to you as soon as possible.
How did you hear about us?
I accidentally found your website.
I know your work from other projects.
Someone recommended me your services.
Can you describe your project in a few words?
What programming services will you need for your project?
A website with information about my company, products or services.
A website with ecommerce so visitors can order my products or services online.
A backoffice to help me manage content on the website and/or to receive visitors feedback.
An iPhone and iPad app with information about my company, products or services.
An Android app with information about my company, products or services.
No programming services needed.
What design services will you need for your project?
Web design or app design.
Brand design, logos, and images.
No design services needed.
What is the main language of your project?
Will you need translation services for your project? If so, to which languages?
What do you value the most?
What is the ideal timeline for of your project?
I expect completion within 6 months.
I expect completion within 1 year.
I'm looking for a long-term partnership with deliverables through the course of several years.
How much are you looking to invest on your project?
Up to 20,000 €
Up to 50,000 €
Up to 100,000 €
I am looking for a long-term partnership on retainer, I prefer to pay a fixed monthly fee.
How do you make decisions?
Quickly, I know what I want and I hold the decision power in my company.
Not that quickly, I need to check with my team and/or supervisor before committing to a decision.
Not that quickly, I hold the decision power, but I'm still developing my ideas. I'll figure it out as we go.
Company name (if applicable)
Number of employees (if applicable)
1 to 5
6 to 10
11 to 50
more than 50
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