As discussed in “3 Things You Should Know About Website Design Agreements,” a website design contract’s scope of work is essential to the success of the project — both for the web designer and the client.
The scope of work should include, at a minimum, the following information…
- What is being done
- When it will occur (e.g. milestones with deadlines)
- Who is doing the work (designer, subcontractor, etc.)
- When payments are made (e.g. triggered by milestones achieved)
- What is excluded from the design project (e.g. article writing or other content creation)
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The more detailed the scope of work, the less likely there is to be a disagreement between designer and client as to performance of the website design contract. If you need help with website legal protection, set up a phone consultation with Attorney Mike Young today.