If you want a professional, high-quality platform in place, and just don't have time to build it yourself, this package is perfect for you. Aspire will build all (or some) of your network components from the ground up so that you don't have to. At the same time, you can be as involved as you want to be, and even help with the process.
With this package, we go beyond just building the customized template and network shell; we assist you with all aspects of designing and building a fully interactive platform, including working through components of our unique SEVEN PHASES network development process.
With your guidance, we will complete needs analysis, content planning, content organization, and network building procedures, and then go on to test the resulting structure and ready it for implementation. This package can include content creation such as graphics and media creation as well, and likewise might include training and coaching sessions. We customize it all along the way to match your preferences and needs (continued below).
The price of a full network development package varies according to several factors, including the extent of your involvement in the process, the size of the network to be built, the amount and complexity of content and media to be created, the extent of training included, and so forth. Think of the process as similar to building a medium- to large-sized Web site. Projects vary in cost, depending on complexity. After looking at your development needs, we can give you a cost range estimate. Most projects are structured as stages tied to benchmarks, with an initial installment (required in advance to start the project) equal to either one-third or one half of the estimated final project cost, depending on the size of the project.
This package normally kicks off with a one- to two-hour Web meeting that showcases all the options you have as a relational designer and presenter. The meeting allows you to identify design ideas, organizational strategies, and navigational structures you want included in your materials. As a rule, most people use a Topical navigation structure (as pictured above) for the core organization of their materials, and then branch out from there. We will walk you through the various options and make recommendations along the way, according to the types of presentations you and your team deliver.
To get started, simply e-mail us at email@example.com, or call 520-629-0282. We'll give you more details then about next steps.