In New York on January 6, 2020
Valid until July 2, 2020
Over the past few weeks, we have been working with you to define the website you need. Launching a marketplace of products and services is a complex and challenging task, but after our meetings and all the feedback you gave us, we have a complete picture of the scope of our work and how soon we can complete it for you.
Understandably, there are a few things about website creation that people take for granted today, but we’ll explain them in this section so that everything is clear.
Your website will be multi-device; that is, it will be viewable on smartphones, tablets and PCs. In addition, we’ll make it accessible to as many people as possible, that is, our work will take disabled users into account.
The design will be based on market trends.
We have experience creating fast, easy-to-read websites, perfectly tailored for today’s browsing habits. Regarding your project, we are no strangers to marketplace creation, and we look forward to bringing it to life.
A good website is not only beautiful. It must also meet certain technical and usability criteria that could initially go unnoticed. And, of course, it needs to run smoothly and adapt to our client’s usual workflow, never the other way around.
We propose the following steps to get your marketplace up and running:
If you want to do things right, you can’t put the cart before the horse. Therefore, our first job has to be research: we’ll determine what you want, who your main competitors are, what your target markets are and what the trends outside of Spain are. Whatever factors help us achieve our goals.
During this phase, we’ll agilely design the sketches or wireframes with the basic concepts of the website. Our goal with this phase is to show you where each feature will go and the potential structure of the marketplace. We’ll also aim to speed up the design phase, because by having the elements in place, it’s easier for the design team to get to work.
Once these prototypes have been approved, the designers will shape the final design, creating the main browsing displays according to not only aesthetic criteria, but also usability criteria based on the conclusions we have drawn from the first phase.
In other words, we won’t position the buttons at random. In all cases, there will be reasons for our choice. Likewise, if the usability and design teams discover inconsistencies or potential problems, we can solve them at this stage.
During this phase, we’ll develop the website. We’ll seek the best solution for our project among all the CMS currently available, one that also guarantees robustness, security and scalability in the future and in which we’ll integrate all the marketplace features:
We always view this as a phase in itself due to the fact that our systems team has to coordinate with yours. Launching the website is not just about making it operative and accessible to anyone. It also involves injections of traffic to test the performance of the servers, reboots, etc. In other words, we have to spend a few days testing the website to make sure it runs as expected.
And that way, we’ll test both the cache system and the CDN system’s load-bearing capacity.
We estimate that the website will be available by late November 2020, in time for Black Friday, provided that no issues arise during the development or launch stages.
We don’t view our projects as stand-alone; rather, we think of them as comprehensive and consider their future impact on the company that hires us. We create unique experiences with our clients.
All the sections you read above are included in this project. We’ll also treat you to lots of coffee and croissants.
And a one-year warranty to resolve any faults in the programming for the project.
If you have any questions about the services we have proposed, don’t hesitate to contact us at any time.
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Before the project starts, payment of 50% of the amount shall be made by transfer on the invoice date. Upon delivery of the first final version of the website, 25% of the amount shall be paid by transfer within 30 days of the invoice date. After the loading tests and resolution of any production issues, the remaining 25% shall be due within 30 days of the invoice date.