If you are in charge of putting together a Request for Proposal (RFP) for your organization's web project you may face the challenge of not only not knowing what you need, but also not knowing how to articulate it in a way web vendors would understand.
Websites often have dynamic content and often integrate with multiple third-party systems. New frameworks and coding technologies are introduced several times a year. Overall, your success hinges on your RFP's ability to synthesize project requirements, functionality and needed technology concisely in a language that is meaningful to web vendors.
Your RFP may make perfect sense to you and your team, but will it make sense to participating web vendors? If there's a gap, what is the cost to you and your team for misalignment? How will you be sure you are comparing apples to apples when you gather responses?
We will be your collaborative partner guiding the process and helping with the overall web strategy and appropriate web technologies. You benefit from White Lion's two decades of web design and development experience.
Download RFP Template
(216 KB DOC)
Download Sample Wireframe
(140 KB PDF)
Download Sample Prototype
(3.9 MB PDF)
A picture is worth a thousand words. Wireframes, low-fidelity mockups, or design prototypes can add a lot of value to your RFP. We recommend considering all these options when producing your RFP.
If you are ready, we look forward to starting a conversation. Contact us todayto talk more about your project and the need for a RFP.