Peachland, British Columbia is looking for a Web Development Team to Redesign their Website (Budget: $30,000 USD)

Peachland, British Columbia is looking for a Web Development Team to Redesign their Website (Budget: $30,000 USD)

Project Objective:

The District of Peachland is seeking proposals from experienced web development teams to design, develop, and maintain a new website. The project aims to enhance user experience, simplify content management, and provide citizen-centric information and services.

Key Features:

1. Project Budget and Timeline

  • Budget: CAD 40,000 (excluding GST/PST)
  • Timeline: Preferred live date by end of September 2024, but must be before December 31, 2024.

2. Project Phases

  • Phase 1: Design
    • Research and needs assessment
    • Architecture workshop
    • Comprehensive content strategy
    • Three graphic themes with wireframes
    • Design guidelines
  • Phase 2: Development, Testing, Training, and Deployment
    • Website development and user testing
    • Training for site administrators and content providers
    • Content migration and management user guide
    • Website launch and associated support
  • Phase 3: Ongoing Maintenance and Support
    • 5-year term for hosting, licenses, security, and technical support

3. Website and Service Requirements

  • Design: Modern, intuitive, and brand-compliant
  • Compatibility: Cross-browser and mobile responsive
  • Content Management: User-friendly CMS, content delegation, and migration
  • Functionality:
    • Accessibility compliance
    • Approval rights for content updates
    • Preset publishing and expirations
    • Department-specific pages
    • E-newsletter module and emergency alert banner
    • Multifaceted calendar and GIS mapping integration
    • Integration with existing systems (e.g., eScribe, Vadim, ActiveNet)
    • Google Analytics, online forms, and payments
    • Content reminders, social media integration, site search, and sitemaps
  • Additional Features:
    • Issue reporting and resident polling
    • Searchable document library

4. Evaluation Criteria

  • Cost: 10%
  • Methodology and Approach: 60%
  • Experience and References: 30%

5. Submission Details

  • Deadline: June 13, 2024, at 2:00 PM (BC Time)
  • Deadline for Questions: June 6, 2024
  • Format: Electronic submissions only via the Bids & Tenders System

This project is ideal for web agencies with experience in local government website design and development, offering a comprehensive approach to enhance the online presence of the District of Peachland. If your agency specializes in modern, user-centric web design with a strong focus on accessibility and integration, this RFP could be a great fit for you.

See PDF for full project details:
RFP_PeachlandBC_WebRedesign_40kCAD


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