The Client Worksheet
While it is easy to make the simple complicated, it takes skill to make the complex feel simple. That is Clearleft's speciality.
We'veput together this handy worksheet to help you capture your vision for the project. Think of this document as a business plan for your website. The more information you can give us, the better we'll beable to respond. Please answer each question in a clear and concise manner, and skip any questions that don’t pertain to your project.
Because each member of your team may have a different visionfor the project, we recommend completing this worksheet as a group. That way we won't miss any important opinions. Once you’re happy that the worksheet clearly describes your project, please email itto firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll work out the right solution for you.
All about you
What's the name of your company and intended website?
Describe your company
Describe theconcept/product/service your site will provide
We like to keep our address book up-to-date. Who are the main contacts for this project and what are their roles?
When would you like to start (tomorrow is prettyunlikely, sorry!)?
When does it need to be completed (yesterday is definitely out)?
What is your specific reason for these dates?
(eg, tradeshow, product launch, before the pub shuts?)
Yourbudget dictates how much time we can devote to your website. What are you looking to spend to achieve your vision? (eg, £10-20k, £30-40k, £50k+)
What are you trying to do?
Give us your mainreasons for commissioning a new website
In order of importance (most important first) what are the business objectives for your site (eg, improving sales rate, increase customer satisfaction, reducetime searching)
What is your measure for success, and what are you hoping to achieve? (ie, 20% increase in sales)
What aspects of your current site work well and why are they successful?...