Tag Archives: fixed bid

Why Fixed Bid Contracts are Awful for Web Design and Development Projects

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The Web design and development industry is often characterized as being on the bleeding edge of technology. Web designers pushing the limits of HTML and CSS  to create new interactive experiences. Web developers bending servers, databases and code to deliver faster web-based apps. The flexibility of the technology powering the web enables us to respond […]

Three Ways to Charge Web Design and Development Clients

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The web design and development process is a relatively straightforward one. From sketching out ideas to writing code. From managing the project to delivering the final work to the client. The process is routine (but not monotonous), stimulating and rewarding. But when it comes time to discuss getting paid for that work we tend to […]

Getting Started with a Web Design and Development Time and Materials Contract

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Several of our Intervals customers and blog readers have been asking about our past experience creating Time and Materials contracts for client web site design and development. Questions about contract terms, amount of detail, formatting, delivery, signing and payment. To help answer those questions, and get you started with a strong foundation, we’re offering our Time […]