As a provider of web design and development services for charities, AFG understands the importance of clear and detailed communication when working on a new website project. Below is a template that charities can use to brief agencies on their new web requirements:
Goals and Objectives: Clearly outline the goals and objectives of the new website. This may include incraesing donations, raising awareness about the charitys cause, and providing information about the charity’s programs and services.
Target Audience: Identify the target audience for the new website, including demographic information, their needs, and their pain points. This will help the agency understand who they are designing and developing the website for.
Key Features: Identify the key features that the website should have. This may include a donations page, an events calendar, a news section, and a vols sign-up form.
Design Requirements: Outline any design requirements for the new website. This may include colours and fonts that should be used, the overall look and feel of the website, and any specific design elements that should be included.
Technical Requirements: Identify any technical requirements for the new website. This may include the platform the website will be built on, any integrations that need to be made with other systems, and any specific functionality that should be included.
Timeline: Establish a timeline for the project, including key milestones and the date by which the website should be launched.
Budget: Provide an estimated budget for the project, this will help the agency to give a more accurate cost for the service and also prioritise what’s essential.
Charities can help ensure that the agency has a clear understanding of their requirements and can create a website that meets their needs. At Agency For Good, we are committed to working closely with our clients to understand their requirements and create websites that are tailored to meet their goals and objectives.