The past two years have changed how you do business, and one thing is clear: your website has to keep pace. Starting the process of redesigning your website can be daunting.
Project framing removes the guesswork and provides a clear path forward.
What it is
Project framing is a three-step process to help you better define your digital needs and align them with your organizational goals. Through discussion, workshops, and consensus-building, we help you establish a clear path forward by:
- Getting your stakeholders aligned on what your initiative should achieve
- Exploring possible solution approaches
- Developing a potential scope and budget
What steps we take
1 - Due diligence
First, we do our homework. We’ll conduct research to understand what's influencing your project. This may include:
- Reviewing project goals, business goals, and high-level requirements
- Target audiences and their needs
- Content & governance needs
- SEO & analytics needs
- Branding & messaging considerations
- Evaluation of current site & performance
- Audit of your existing tech stack
- Potential solution approaches
2 - Framing workshop
Next, with the information gathered during due diligence, we conduct a one-day workshop that will shape the scope. The outcome is a project brief that outlines our common understanding of:
- The project goals
- What the end product could be
- Anticipated scope of work
- Expertise needed to tackle the work
- Scope alignment with stakeholders
3 - Scope definition & initial estimate
Finally, we pull it all together and provide you with deliverables to aid your decision-making:
- Our understanding of the overall scope
- Project cost range projections
- Project team requirements
- Roles and responsibilities
- Scope and budget guidance for any next steps
How it works
Now, let’s talk about logistics.
Fully remote - We'll use digital tools like Zoom, Miro, and feedback (questionnaires, interviews) to make this an efficient and collaborative experience for all.
3 weeks - The three-step process takes approximately three business weeks, and includes the time to:
- Complete research and stakeholder outreach
- Plan and hold the Framing Workshop
- Summarize outcomes and provide recommended scope and budget guidance
Who’s involved - This will involve several stakeholder groups in your organization, including:
- Marketing / Communications
- Product & service delivery
We will also draw on those who can provide information on your organizational priorities as well as the needs and interests of your external and internal audiences.
Cost - $10,000
Contact us today to discuss your project and how framing can streamline your process.