The services on this page are usually part of a larger project,
including user research, information architecture and mock-ups. In
certain circumstances however, they can also be ordered separately.
A functional analsyis is the logical next step
after drawing up aninformation architecture and creating mock-ups. In
the functional analysis, we describe the way your website, intranet or
extranet should look like and how it should work.
Specific attention is paid to:
- Plain language
No jargon, no technical jibberish. Both IT and the communication
department can read this document and know what it says. That
way, we avoid misunderstandings and create a clear
communication between all parties.
Our functional analyses aren't just a few pages long. Each page
type and functionality of your website, intranet or extranet is
described in detail.
- Graphical, technical and content-related
We go beyond the traditional functional analysis, that often
feel very technical, and describe the basic way each page type
has to look, how it should work and what type of content it
should have. Our functional analysis is a guide for IT guys,
designers, copywriters and project managers.
A clear and detailed request for proposal
guarantees (RFP) a smooth cooperation with the web builder. Everything
you want is in the RFP, which makes it clear to the web builder what he
has to do.
A request for proposal typically consists of:
- Functional description of the project, built around the
information architecture and the mock-ups.
- Content Management System (CMS) requirements.
- Usability, accessibility and search engine optimization (SEO)
Usually, a request for proposal is the end product of the preparatory
work in a bigger project.
But we can also help you to optimize the request for proposal that
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