Writing a great request for proposal (RFP) for UX design can be a demanding process. Making the right choice on hiring a quality UX design agency drastically increases chances of the success of the whole project. Every project is different but there are some general rules that can apply to any project RFP.
We presented the most common UX design RFP rules as we see them from our design agency experience. We constantly receive RFPs for UX design and we can tell you there is a huge difference between them. Some of them really stand out in the sense of provided data and precisely defined project characteristics needed for the successful design.
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