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Chapter 2. Build a Web Team or Go It Alone > Handing Off a Project to a Client

Handing Off a Project to a Client

Whether you complete the whole project on your own or with a team, you might at some point need to hand off the project to someone else. When you're planning a project, you need to think about the ongoing maintenance of the Web site and either include a maintenance agreement in your proposal or outline how you'll hand off the project.

A maintenance agreement should outline how much it will cost to maintain the site and what services you'll provide. Clients must know that requesting large additions to the site will require a new proposal, scope document, and contract.


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