When two parties, the web professional (an individual designing and/or developing the website) and the client wish to enter into a website service agreement, they can use this Website Design / Development Agreement.
When two parties, the web professional (an individual designing and/or developing the website) and the client wish to enter into a website service agreement, they can use this Website Design / Development Agreement. In other words, this document is used when a client who owns a website wants to hire a web specialist to solve any aspect of the site.
A web professional performs website design and development services. Meanwhile, a website designer mainly works with the aesthetic elements of the site: the color selection, the flow of the page, overall look. A developer usually creates websites or custom elements.
In the document, parties will discuss all the essential elements of the employment relationship, including project details, end dates, and a list of maintenance work.
You fill out a form. The document is created before your eyes as you respond to the questions.
At the end, you receive it in Word and PDF formats. You can modify it and reuse it.
Any party can complete this document. In the document, the filling party will have to indicate all the terms of employment, payment details, end dates, etc.
Within this document, all the details of the parties' relationship will be covered: not just terms applicable to the actual work, but also general contractual provisions like indemnity and governing law.
A completed document should be printed and signed by both parties. We recommend keeping copies in case any future disputes arise.
Individual state laws govern Website Design/Development Agreements. Federal rules and states, such as those declared by the Federal Trade Commission, will also apply to administer the website itself, such as with e-commerce or privacy.