02 March 2009 10:28am
Hello, I am in the process of selecting a web agency for the review of our website. I am looking for a template (in english) that would help me to gather all our requirements, so that the agency has a good briefing/overview of what we expect from our new website and can make proposals on this basis. In French we call this "Cahier des Charges", which basically contains all the key information about the project, that the agency may use to draft proposals and quote on it.
Thanks for your help.
Director of Research and Education at Econsultancy
03 March 2009 09:56am
I would suggest that you have a look at our Template Files for Web Projects.
Although we're currently reviewing them, they cover practically everything from project planning through to project closure, so you should be able to find a template to help you.
I would recommend that you read through the guide to see what can help you; from what you're saying, it might be worth starting with the Project Definition and Start Up section.
Director at 72 dots
04 March 2009 17:02pm
We use a few different 'Client Surveys' to help us establish the basic goals, needs and constraints of our prospective clients. Our work is typically either a website redesign, design of a web application, or strategic consultancy. Obviously they need different approaches. Our website redesign survey is based on the survey at http://www.web-redesign.com (look under Phase 1 downloads).
Our other surveys are more bespoke. Feel free to contact me if you would like them.
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