Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) December 12, 2013
In this day and age, a well-designed website is crucial for the success of any new company. However, many companies, young and old, struggle to articulate what they want in a website. There is also significantly more to website design than meets the eye. Many start-ups are unaware of details like responsiveness, server space, content management systems, and many other fundamental elements for an effective website.
Nuanced Media is in the business of website design, development, and marketing. Because of this, they understand that most people simply aren’t aware of what it takes to develop a website in it’s entirety. As a result, they sought to outline, in layman’s terms, what to include in a Request For Proposal (RFP) and how it should be formatted.
Ryan Flannagan, CEO of Nuanced Media explained that, "Time and money is often wasted on unsatisfactory or incomplete websites as a result of insufficient RFPs." Nuanced Media has two blog posts targeted toward mitigating these issues. The first gives website development seekers five tips for how to write an RFP by discussing the elements of a website that are often overlooked or misunderstood. The second discusses the planning and details on the business side of things that should be included in the RFP before submission. Flannagan continued, "The ability to write a suitable RFP makes the entire development process easier and more efficient for all parties involved. Nuanced Media is committed to making the design and development process as easy and painless as possible."
About Nuanced Media:
Nuanced Media is a digital marketing and graphic design firm. The company specializes in strategic, multilayer marketing campaigns and efficiently crafted, user-friendly websites. Based in Tucson, the company has a variety of clients throughout Arizona, California, and Texas. For more information, please view Nuanced Media.