The Independent Media Arts Alliance (IMAA) is seeking proposals from qualified web design and development firms to undertake a comprehensive redesign of our website. As a nonprofit arts service organization, an online presence is crucial to our overall operations, in order to maintain communication with members, and to present our various projects to the media arts community. We invite experienced individuals or design firms whose values align to our Basis of Unity to submit proposals for this project.
About the Independent Media Arts Alliance:
IMAA is a member-driven non-profit national organization working to advance and strengthen the media arts community in Canada. Representing over 100 independent film, video, audio, and new media production, distribution, and exhibition organizations in all parts of the country, the IMAA serves over 16,000 independent media artists and cultural workers.
The project involves a complete redesign of our existing website, IMAA.ca, to create a modern, user-friendly, and responsive platform. The new website should reflect our organization’s branding, values, and objectives. It must also incorporate the latest web technologies and best practices for usability and accessibility.
Scope of Work:
The selected developer will be responsible for the following key tasks:
Interested firms should submit their proposals by October 31, 2023. Proposals should include the following:
Proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
Contact Information: For inquiries and proposal submission, please contact: Yuko Fedrau, Operations Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Disclaimer: IMAA reserves the right to accept or reject any proposals received, to request additional information, and to negotiate terms with any qualified proposer. The issuance of this CFP does not commit IMAA to award a contract or pay any costs incurred in the preparation of a proposal.
We look forward to receiving your proposals and exploring the possibility of collaborating on this exciting website redesign project.