Website project proposal sample document
Feb 28, 2018
Web Design Proposal Template
If you’re an agency or freelancer offering web design services, our customizable web design proposal template is perfect to close any deal. Deliver your web design services with confidence to those who need it by using this professional web design proposal template.
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Every substantial project that I won required a proposal. There were many times when my prospective clients would ask for a proposal before I even knew how to pronounce the name of their company.
So I’ve written a lot of proposals.
Before founding this site, I pitched over 950 website deals.
Each one of them included a proposal that took me at least a few hours to draft. Sometimes I would spend a whole day carefully creating a document. I remember always thinking to myself that I needed to redo my proposal document. Thinking, “this next version, will help me sell better—this will be the one.”
The more website design jobs I pitched, the more proposals I crafted. Eventually I started noticing patterns. Patterns about what really mattered with each deal I proposed.