Request a Quote - Web Design Project Brief

First Step: Good planning is the key to a successful website and estimating the size of a task accurately is one of the more difficult assignments in a web design project.

For this reason, we've compiled a few questions. Your answers will help us identify and measure the scope of your project. As a convenient side effect, it will also aid you in capturing your ideas and vision for your project. If there are any areas or questions that you don't feel are relevant to your project, please just skip them. We can always come back to it later. Once you've sent the completed form back to us, we'll work through your answers and get back to you to discuss the right solution for your business or organization.

The Basics
About Your Company and Project
Key things to mention could be what your business is about, when the company was established, and what drives your company forward.
Every company has an ideal client, please let me know about the demographic that your company targets, for example: age, gender and profession.
Mention who your competitors are, and also how you are different to them. What is your unique selling point?
If this is your first website, explain what you hope to achieve with it, for example: An increase in traffic, better conversions, better branding etc. If you already have a website, you can mention the strengths and weaknesses of your current website
About Your Design

Let's get creative

Next Step: Providing examples of sites that you think would reflect your brand and style well is a great step forward. Open another browser tab and take a few minutes to consider websites that you enjoy browsing and why. In the next few fields, reference the website that you like and tell us why you like it.

After you're finished thinking about other websites, take a minute to think about how you want your future website to come across. Use the check boxes to categorize your website. Using an existing branding guideline for your business can come in handy at this point in time, but it isn't necessary. Your website should be an extension of your brand, however.

Please mention if your company already has an established colour scheme, or if you have a colour in mind for the website, and any colours to avoid.
Media might include graphics such as product images, employee photos, purchased stock photography or videos, audio etc. (Please make sure you have the legal property or usage rights of any content, graphics or photos you wish to display on your website.)
About Your Content
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Take One Last Look

Final Step: Take a brief look over the information you've provided and make sure it's complete. Remember, if you didn't know how to answer something, it's fine to leave that field blank. We'll continue this process in person. Meanwhile, keep thinking about the questions in this brief and we'll meet with your shortly!