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    E-commerce website questionnaire

    I want to create a generic "needs evaluation/questionnaire" for prospective clients. In particular, one for sites with a shopping cart, not just brochurewear.

    Anyone have an example that worked well for them? My intention is to use the information gathered from the questionnaire as the basis for the contract (and to make it easy/ier to draw the contract up).

    I also want to create a one page contract/statement of work rather than some long drawn out document. I have been working on it and am not unhappy with the contract so far, but I would like to improve it.

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    No one has stumbled upon a form or PDF or a questionnaire they thought was decent and helpful to them in making their own?

    Thanks in advance for the help.

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    For your questionairre why not just use a form? - client fills it in and you get emailed the results.

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    I think John's after an idea of what questions to include on the form. Closest thing I've seen to what you want was on the Happy Cog (Jeffrey Zeldman's) website: http://www.happycog.com/contact/contact.zip

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyssen
    I think John's after an idea of what questions to include on the form. Closest thing I've seen to what you want was on the Happy Cog (Jeffrey Zeldman's) website: http://www.happycog.com/contact/contact.zip
    Tyssen, thank you so much - this was just what I was after. My writing style could use some improvement, which makes it harder to ask the right questions well. The doc you suggested covers a lot of territory and is pretty darn polished.

    I often feel that getting/collecting all the real requirements from a/the client is a lot harder than actually building the site. Anything to make this easier is very welcome.

    Thanks again,
    John


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