Daithi123 - 6:25 pm on Oct 25, 2005 (gmt 0) Any thoughts appretiated. Daithi
Advance warning - This post might not go down well with all readers!
Stellios and O'Leary have done it for the airline industry and Dell did it with Computers.
I want to introduce a 'super-low' fee for basic website design and basically it would involve getting the client to fill in a 'Complete' document which specifies the 4 or5 pages they require, and any other relevant info. There would be no on-site meeting and any updates and amendents would be charged extra. This model would cut out a lot of the 'expense' in web development -i.e., the time it takes to meet the client, fully spec out the requirements, wait for the content, revise the content, wait for the content, etc etc, wait for the content (did I mention that bit?).
So basically, I'm just wondering if anyone has any sample documentation or advise on streamlining the process that enables them to deliver websites for a lower fee?
Any thoughts appretiated.