[nycphp-talk] Project Guideline/Questionnaire
frankaltea at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 14 09:36:12 EST 2003
I've always looked at creating a web site as primarily
a graphic arts job. Those sites that were approached
this way have the user requrements in focus. Of
course, adding the different features as
functionalities of the site is a programmer's job.
'Content first, before function.'
--- Christopher Hendry <chendry at nyc.rr.com> wrote:
> I find The Graphic Artists Guild Handbook - Pricing
> & Ethical Guidelines to
> be of great use in this area. It's really not just
> for graphic designers,
> great for costs too...
> This is probably not the immediate answer you
> wanted, but if you have time,
> pick it up and check on page 219. I got mine from
> -> -----Original Message-----
> -> From: jose sanchez [mailto:j_r_sanchez at yahoo.com]
> -> Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 8:11 PM
> -> To: NYPHP Talk
> -> Subject: [nycphp-talk] Project
> -> Hello:
> -> I was looking on the web for a guideline or even
> -> questionnaire that I can give a client or someone
> -> would like to hire me to do a website for them.
> -> someone please guide me or help me find a
> -> questionnaire that I can give a potential client
> -> fill out so, I can get a better idea of what they
> -> done.
> -> Thanks in advance for your help.
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