“The successful respondent to this RFP will provide three static design options for our team to evaluate.”
I’ve never been a huge fan of taking a multi-option design approach, but I get it — sometimes a client needs this.
“Each of these options will provide design for three unique layouts: home page, listing page, detail page.”
All right. Now, we’re up to nine static design files. This is getting a bit out of hand.
“Each of these unique page designs should take mobile, tablet, and desktop sizes into account.”
I was never great at math, but I can do this calculation. Twenty-seven static design files!? Not gonna happen.
This is a real-life RFP I received not too long ago. Turns out, the client ...