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H.WILSON Tuffy Utility Carts � Yellow

August 9, 2011

H.WILSON Tuffy Utility Carts – Yellow

  • Color-coordinate inventory systems or departments.
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  • WILSON Tuffy Utility Carts are made of injection-molded thermoplastic that is a natural electric insulator.

Color-coordinate inventory systems or departments. H.WILSON Tuffy Utility Carts are made of injection-molded thermoplastic that is a natural electric insulator. Will not stain, scratch, dent, or rust. Molded handle. All carts have square black posts. Rolls on 4″ rubber casters-two swivel, two swivel with brakes. Includes 3-Outlet Electric Assembly. 24″Wx18″D, 3 shelves with 15 1/2″ each shelf clearance. Ships unassembled.

Price: $ 189.00

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6 Tips to Writing A Web Design Proposal

Many freelancers do not grasp how critical it is to the success�of their business to write a solid and client-focussed website proposal document. A well-structured proposal will go a long way in swaying business to come� your way. Follow these tips to give your�business the best shot at�securing the winning web project bid.

Note : The document writing process can be a real time-killer.� You can save time and money by utlising a ready-made Web Design Proposal Template.

Purpose of Document
This is where you specify your company details, the client’s details, the proposed web project and a high-level (think brief) explanation of how the proposal will direct the development and design.
Project Overview
The most important thing you can do with the presentation of your proposal is�� show that you understand the client’s needs and requirements. This doesn’t take�� long; usually a quick Google search will help provide information on your client�� that you can include in your overview. Now apply (i.e. blend) this background�� information into the description of the website that is being designed and�� developed.
Site Objectives
This is where you interpret, clarify and define the client’s needs and wants.�To do this – of course – you must first perfom a detailed requirements analysis�by capturing their requirements. Techniques used to obtain this understanding�� include customer interviews, use cases, and “lists” of website features such as�� admin control panel, shopping cart, content management system, ajax menus, seo,�� etc.
What we’re really talking about here is a functional specification – its�purpose is to clearly define what the proposed website will do in non-technical description – think dumbed-down. It should describe the websites behavior, when�events occur and what action must result from these events. The functional�specification defines what the functionality will be, but not how that�functionality will be implemented.
Development Timeline
Describe each stage of the project and how much time it will take to�complete. This includes development, implementation, testing (inc. user acceptance testing), and handover. You need to plan the tasks and resources�required for each phase, in order to provide a realistic timeframe.
Project Costs
Clients like to see a final cost, as well as a breakdown of where the costs�are coming from, so be sure to include this in your quote. And finally, in order�to also cover yourself, you should include a provision that any additional work�will incur additional costs.

And there you have it – six simple pointers for structuring your Web�Design Proposal so that it both grabs the clients attention and impresses them.

Kelly Wilson

Kelly wilson is a software and freelance designer with over 10 years experience in helping small businesses with their website needs.� Her site can be found at web design proposal template OR Web Design Contract.

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