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Outsourcing Web Design

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by darkfury, Oct 20, 2011.

  1. darkfury

    darkfury Regular Member

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    We are looking to outsource much of our web design work and require a long-term setup, either with a reliable individual or with a company.

    Most of the work will generally be 3 - 4 page HTML or Wordpress websites and most of the time for local companies. However, we generally do 1 eCommerce website a week. So knowledge of the following will be essential:

    • Dreamweaver
    • Wordpress
    • Magento
    • Prestashop

    With most jobs we would provide the following:

    • Textual content
    • Images
    • A Template to use
    • Meta tags to use

    The CMS or Cart would already be installed and ready to use

    We would need these websites to be brought to a standard where we just need to proof read them and implement any final on-page optimisation. So for example, knowledge of optimising robots.txt and .htaccess for certain platforms would be beneficial. Good English and sense of humour is a requirement :p

    Ideally we want to be able to agree on a pricing structure on a per-job basis rather than an hourly rate.

    Bear in mind, we're looking long-term here for someone (or a company) we can build good relations with :)

    Please contact me via PM if you fit the bill.
     
  2. sakiv

    sakiv Regular Member

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    PM you complete details. THANKS :)
     
  3. darkfury

    darkfury Regular Member

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    We've had some very interesting responses so far. We'll keep this thread going for another 24 hours before closing the thread and reviewing the responses.