One Call Networks
Website Proposal & Scope
OBJECTIVE: Design and create a brand new website for One Call Networks. That is intended to serve as a main point of contact for the brand online. Allowing visitors to view the page, and reach out inquiring to your services.
GOAL: To have a professional looking website that is utilized as a central point of contact for visitors online, to understand what One Call Networks does, their unique selling proposition and why they should reach out.
STANDARD WEBSITE STUFF
I will build this website in WordPress, with a Homepage serving as the main landing page which will include navigation to the categories mentioned above, and call to actions to become a member and a conversion path to signing up.
What’s included in this:
- Custom One Call Networks Header w/ navigation
- Homepage, and interior pages dedicated to different services
- Branded footer with information
- Template & Global elements that can be used in other places of the website.
Elementor Visual Page Builder License:
I build my websites using a sophistacated visual page builder called Elementor. Which allows drag and drop visual building, and editing of the pages. Allowing my clients to easily update, change or add information to their website as they see fit.
a single license for Elementor costs $50 a year for a single website. Each of my clients get a license included with their website.
Templates, Global Elements & Design:
While designing the website, I also build templates, global elements that reflect the design choices. Allowing leadership team members to easily piece together new pages using those elements, that reflect the entire website.
Mobile Optimization & Device Variance:
My websites are optimized for mobile devices. Utilizing different templates based on the device that it is being viewed on, ensuring that every portion of the website is displayed in the best way that it can for that particular device.
This is the standard package required for a web design project. A few things to note is that I do not offer hosting- however, I would be more then happy to consult on proper hosting for a project of this scope, and educate you on the type of hosting you would want. It would be up to the Chamber to pay those hosting dues to the relevant parties, and I would be available for any issues, and am always willing to lend a hand if need be after the project goes live.
SUBTOTAL OF THE WEBSITE: $1800
This website will be an overall investment for One Call Networks. Having a website that is designed to identify, and convert the ideal clients viewing the website, along wit the ease of updated, adding pages or blog posts to the website. With the blog templates, and custom branded theme, the website will have a unique feel that will set One Call Networks apart from other IT specialists in the area.
OVERALL TOTAL OF THIS PROJECT: $1800
PAYMENTS & PROCESS
Kick Off Meeting & Retainer fee:
The first step after agreeing and signing an agreement would be to meet for a kick off meeting. In which we will go over this proposal in person or on zoom, in order to answer any questions you may have. Typically this meeting is an hour to an hour and half.
After which, 50% ($900) of the overall total would be paid. via digital invoice that can be paid electronically.
Homepage, Framework & Design Reveal:
Once the Homepage design elements, custom header, footer, custom post types, taxonomies, front end user forms and dynamic templates are complete. We will meet again and go over the design choices, and the functionality in order to get approval and input.
Once I receive approval, I will finish the homepage navigation to the different pages, finalize the templates and complete the remainder of the website. Receiving the remaining 50% balance ($900) prior to going into beta with the website.
Typically for a local service business website I usually say 8 – 12 weeks from start to completion.
Launching & Going Live:
Once the website is complete, we would want to do a silent launch. Meaning we go live with the website, and show case it to other business owners in order to check the mobile optimization, front end user form functionality and templates in order to ensure that all of our I’s are dotted and our T’s are crossed. After no more than 30 days of beta testing the website, we can be much more vocal about it’s existence and begin sharing it far and wide!