Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Request for Proposal - New Lexia Learning Website

Request for Proposal - New Lexia Learning Website
Lexia Learning, a reading technology company, is accepting proposals to redesign and rebuild the company’s public website (http://www.lexialearning.com). The purpose of this RFP is to provide details of our project and to provide the candidates with the evaluation criteria against which their proposals will be judged.
Lexia seeks an experienced assembled team or firm to design the website and implement technologies to meet the objectives outlined in this document. This will be a concept-to-completion production, from scoping to information architecture, design, development, deployment, and support.
Please send replies, as well as any questions, to Katie Gallant at kgallant@lexialearning.com.

Sunday, 7 December 2014

Website Re-Design Request for Proposal

Website Re-Design Request for Proposal

The Research Administrators Certification Council (RACC) has been in existence since 1993. Its primary purpose is to certify the knowledge, skills, and abilities of research administrators by way of written examinations. At the present time it offers three examinations/credentials:

1. Certified Research Administrator (CRA);
2. Certified Pre-award Research Administrator (CPRA); and
3. Certified Financial Research Administrator (CFRA).

In addition to its examinations, the RACC also conducts Body of Knowledge Review Sessions throughout the country in order to familiarize prospective examination candidates with the material that may appear on the examinations.

The present RACC website is www.racc-cert.org and is being overseen by a Website Committee. The Board of Directors of RACC has charged the Website Committee with hiring a company to conduct redesign of its website


The point of contact for submission of all intents to bid and full bid proposals will be Joan Campbell, RACC Executive Director at: jcampbell@racc-cert.org.

December 5, 2014: Deadline for submission of intents to bid by companies wishing to
submit a full bid proposal. The intent to bid must include a contact name, phone number, and email address.

December 10, 2014: Deadline for submission of questions regarding the project.
December 12, 2014: Answers sent to prospective bidders.
December 31, 2014: Full bid proposals due in electronic format (PDF preferred?) to Joan

January 1-15, 2015: Website Committee review of all proposals, plus potential telephone
interviews with bidders after the proposals have been reviewed.

January 17, 2015: The successful bidder will be notified, as will unsuccessful bidders.

April 10-11, 2015: RACC Board of Directors Spring Meeting. The Board expects to preview
a beta version of the re-designed website during this meeting. The selected designer /company should be prepared to join the meeting in person or via conference call to discuss the site with the Board.

May 1, 2015: Proposed launch date for the re-designed website. 

Friday, 10 October 2014



RFP Release Date: October 1, 2014
Proposal Submission Deadline: October 24, 2014

The goal of City of Morristown’s website is to provide simple electronic access to public
services, serve as a public communications tool and to introduce Morristown City Government to potential new citizens. The current site structure and design was developed in 2011 and requires significant redesign to take advantage of new design elements and growing demand for electronic services. The redesigned site should have a theme promoting City of Morristown with a friendly and professional feel.

The tentative schedule for this project/process is as follows:
October 1, 2014: RFP Release Date
October 24, 2014: Proposals Due
November 2014: Review by City Staff
November 2014: Possible Selection and Contract Approval
November 2014 ‐
February 2015: Design Process and Review
March 9, 2015: Go Live

Thursday, 25 September 2014

Request for Proposals web redesign: APC visual identity redesign

Request for Proposals: APC visual identity redesign

Project Summary:

The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) is a worldwide network supporting the use of internet and information and communications technology (ICT) for social justice and sustainable development since 1990. For our 25th anniversary in 2015, we are looking to redesign our entire visual identity with the following goals in mind:

• A visual identity that conveys APC's values and characteristics as an international network of activists and organisations using the internet for social justice and sustainable development.
• Include input from APC staff and network members (about 100 individuals).
• Achieve a look and feel that retains the essence of APC's past, while embodying the present.
• A design that works well across digital and print platforms, including brochures, websites, books/ebooks, avatars, business cards, stickers, T-shirts.

Proposed Timeline
Deadline for proposals: 30 September 2014

The successful proposal will be notified in October. We'll work together to develop a prioritised 
timeline to roll out various elements of the new identity.

To submit
Please direct all questions and proposals to:

Mallory Knodel
APC communications manager

Be sure to include:
• Your proposal, addressing all points mentioned in this RFP
• Your ability to meet the project goals and produce deliverables
• Design portfolio that includes both digital and print publications
• One or two references or reviews from a previous client.

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Requests for Proposals Website Redesign - wavelengthtoronto.com

Website Redesign - wavelengthtoronto.com

Organization Description

Wavelength Music Arts Projects Wavelength Music Arts Projects is a professional not-for-profit arts organization, dedicated to championing original, emerging musical artists and local music culture, creating opportunities and building community through inclusive, diversely curated live experiences.


Website Redesign: wavelengthtoronto.com Deadline for proposals: August 6, 2014 Project completion: Nov. 14, 2014
About Wavelength Music
Wavelength Music Arts Projects (Wavelength Music) was founded as a non-profit, artist-run collective in 2000. Wavelength Music has been a forum and an incubator for emerging musical talent in the Toronto area, with an unparalleled track record for championing new Canadian talent that has since gone on to international success. 

For many years, Wavelength Music was best known for its weekly concert series, which ultimately shifted to a monthly program, supplemented by two annual festivals.  Events often feature workshops, artist talks and other educational and outreach events. Wavelength Music is widely recognized as a crucial community hub for independent music in Toronto and across Canada. Wavelength Music’s website URL has been wavelengthtoronto.com since 2001.

Project Goals and Objectives

The primary purpose of the Wavelength Music website is to promote our upcoming events and increase attendance overall. The secondary purpose is to allow people to learn more about the Toronto independent music scene, Wavelength Music’s history and role in it, and how to get involved with us.

Wavelength Music wishes to replace our current, aging website (built on a Drupal CMS) with a new, more dynamic and modern design that better highlights our events and the artists we are putting in the spotlight. We wish to implement a sleek, minimal design that gives new visitors immediate access to our upcoming events and latest content on our homepage – while inviting them to scratch beyond the surface and discover the depth of history and community engagement around the Wavelength brand. Concurrently, we also require the website to be a mobile and responsive website.

It is our goal for the Wavelength site to be “the first place people go” if they wish to find out about independent music in Toronto. In addition to events, interviews, original digital video and exclusive audio content, the site will include a “community” section featuring educational content and DIY resources for musicians and music listeners – and a comprehensive database of artists that have performed at our series over the last 14 years.

Technical & Functional Parameters

Wavelength Music’s website currently uses a Drupal CMS and we are open to suggestions in terms of migrating our data to a new CMS. New events will ideally be created through a fillable form that will automatically import artists and venues from our own database. Wavelength Music staff must have ability to create and edit all pages. The site will contain multiple static pages (About, Contact, History, Supporters, etc.) plus numerous pages for past events and blog content. We wish to use fillable forms for artist and volunteer submissions. The site will also feature social share buttons, banner ad capability, and mailing list sign-up. Lastly, the site will ultimately feature approximately over 1,000 artist pages that will make up the database of past performers at the Wavelength Music Series.

Qualities We’re Looking For

- Creativity and innovation
- Passion, knowledge and understanding of Torontonian/Canadian independent music community
- Experience working with non-profit organizations and/or grassroots arts collectives

Proposal Requirements

PLEASE NOTE: This is an ambitious project that must be completed on a tight three-month timeline, with a launch date no later than Nov. 14, 2014.
Please include the following in your proposal:
- Project plan & timeline (max 2 pages)
- Samples of previous work
- Bios of key personnel

The budget for this project is $10,000 CDN inclusive of all expenses.

The deadline for proposals is Wednesday, August 6, 2014.

Please send proposals via email to: website@wavelengthtoronto.com - subject line “WEBSITE RFP SUBMISSION”

Contact Info:

Name: Jonathan Bunce
Email: website@wavelengthtoronto.com
Website: http://wavelengthtoronto.com 

Link: http://www.workinculture.ca/The-Job-Board/jobs/Website-Redesign-wavelengthtoronto-com