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Website Delivery Timeline

We know you are excited to receive your final product and we don’t want to leave you waiting. We will roll up our sleeves and get to work upon receipt of the 50% “Signing” payment and continue until the satisfactory completion of the Services. This means that we won’t throw the towel in until the website we develop for you is performing exactly as agreed to. Here is the 30 day delivery schedule we will follow:

Get Started

Once we receive Your 50% payment and completed website requirements form, we will guide you through the content you will need to provide us so we can get started on building your website.

Design and Build

Using the content and images You have provided we will design and build your new website. We want to keep you informed of the progress we are making on your website. We will share our work with you via Google Docs, Dropbox, or other file sharing service and be available to answer any questions you may have during that time.

Review and Perfect Your Website

We will provide you access to review your new website so you can provide Us with your detailed written feedback.
A phone call will be arranged to discuss and clarify your feedback. We will make required changes to perfect your website as per provided feedback.

Your Final Feedback

We will advise when your website is ready for your final review and completion sign off.

Launch Your Website

We will launch your completed website after your approval. We will provide 1 hour over the phone website training to show you how to log in, edit and manage your new website.

Completion

We will be available for [2 months] to provide you with reasonable technical support and correct any possible errors or deficiencies.

 

1. Copyright Notice

A Copyright notice that states “©[your website]” will be displayed on the bottom of each page of your website.

2. Intellectual Property

You will own the masterpiece, also known as the website, that we design for you and any visuals that we provide with it. We will turn over our work product, including any necessary files, and you will be responsible for their safekeeping. We are not required to keep copies. You guarantee that you have the legal right to all elements of text, photographs, and anything else that you provide to us and thaty you will not hold us responsible for any third-party claims.

We will own any copyrightable work, ideas, inventions, products, or other information that we create in connection with the Services we are providing. We guarantee that we have the legal right to all elements related to the Services we are providing and will not hold you responsible for any third-party claims.

 

3. Confidentiality

Your secrets are safe with us. This includes your proprietary information (things like trade secrets, know-how, or any other confidential information that is not publicly available). We promise we won’t sell your proprietary information to a third-party, no matter how much they offer us.

4. Assignment

The Parties may not assign the responsibilities that they have under this Agreement to anyone else unless both Parties agree to the assignment in writing.

5. Termination

We would really hate to see you go. If you decide we aren’t your cup of coffee (or wine), You can end this Agreement by giving us a ten (10) day written notice and paying us for the Services that we have completed.
if either Party fails to follow through with their responsibilities or obligations under this Agreement, the other Party can end this Agreement by giving a ten (10) day written notice.

This Agreement will automatically terminate when both Parties have performed all of their obligations under the Agreement and all payments have been made.

6. Limitation of Liability

Your liability to us is only for the costs payable under this Agreement. You will not be liable to us, or any third-party, for damages like lost profits, lost savings, incidental damages, consequential damages, or special damages.

7. Dispute Resolution

a  Negotiation: We want to work this out. In the event of a dispute, the Parties agree to work towards a resolution through good faith negotiation.
b  Mediation/Arbitration: If talking it over doesn’t go well, either Party may initiate mediation or binding arbitration in a forum mutually agreed to by the Parties.
c  Litigation: If litigation is necessary, this Agreement will be interpreted based on the laws of the State of NSW, regardless of any conflict of law issues that may arises. The Parties agree that the dispute will be resolved at a court of  competent jurisdiction in the agreed upon State.

8. Solicitor’s Fees:

The prevailing party, or “winner” as non-lawyers call it, will be able to recover its attorney’s fees and other reasonable costs for a dispute resolved by binding arbitration or litigation.

9. Severability

If any section of this Agreement is found to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable, the rest of the Agreement will still be enforceable.

10. Complete Contract

This Agreement puts the Parties entire understanding of the Services to be performed and anything else the Parties have agreed to in black and white (literally). This Agreement supersedes any other written or verbal communications between the Parties. Any subsequent changes to this Agreement must be made in writing and signed by both Parties.

Notices

All notices under this agreement must be sent by either email with return confirmation of receipt, or certified or registered snail mail with return receipt requested.

Disclaimer of Warranties.

Designer shall create a Website for Client’s purposes and to Client’s specifications.

DESIGNER DOES NOT REPRESENT OR WARRANT THAT SAID WEBSITE WILL CREATE ANY ADDITIONAL PROFITS, SALES, EXPOSURE, BRAND RECOGNITION, OR THE LIKE. DESIGNER HAS NO RESPONSIBILITY TO CLIENT IF THE WEBSITE DOES NOT LEAD TO CLIENT’S DESIRED RESULT(S).

Limitation of Liability.

Under no circumstances shall either party be liable to the other party or any third party for any damages resulting from any part of this agreement such as, but not limited to, loss of revenue or anticipated profit or lost business, costs of delay or failure of delivery.