RFP / Design Brief
Do you have an RFP or Design Brief?
Often when a client needs a designer for a major project, the client prepares a Request for Proposal (RFP) or Design Brief that contains the background information, objectives and specifications for the project that a design firm needs to create and submit a proposal. The RFP is a great tool for client and designer because it focuses on all aspects of a future project, it helps the client get bids that are based on the same specifications (comparing “apples to apples”), and it gives the designer information needed to formulate an accurate proposal without endlessly questioning a prospective client.
If you have an RFP or Design Brief already, please Contact Us or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or use it to fill out the form below.
If you do not have an RFP or Design Brief, please consider using the form below.
Use Our Digital Form
We’ve created a digital form to speed up the process of understanding your needs so we can provide you with a Design Estimate and/or Proposal. It’s easy… just enter in your answers and hit the “SUBMIT” button at the end. We will do our very best to get back to you within 24 hours to discuss your request. If you have difficulty with the form, there are question marks (?) to the right of most fields. Click them to see help notes. Click again to close. If you’re still having trouble, call 860.693.4748 or use our Contact form.