Web Professional

If you are consider a career as a web practitioner, as a generalist or specialist in web design, development, web apps, mobile apps, coder, hacker, programmer, social media, blogger, or other web-based jobs, the following is a collection of articles especially for those going into the business of web.


Working with Clients

Professional Standards, Policies, and Skills

Questions to Ask Clients

Client Checklists

Statement of Work Agreements

A statement of work (SOW) has many names. It is an agreement between the client and web practitioner covering the details of the project. It often has “sign-off” points so the client is appraised and signs off on the project to those points (like a check list), but the purpose of the document is to clearly define and price the project so there is no confusion on either end.

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