Poorly constructed digital RFPs get responses that are inaccurate, confusing and hard to compare – which costs the RFP creator time and money. If you've ever created – or thought about creating – an RFP for a digital or interactive project, you won't want to miss this webinar recording.
What makes a digital RFP unique to other RFPs
As The Nerdery's Technology Evangelist and webinar host, Ryan works closely with The Nerdery's experts to provide insights to business and creative professionals on upcoming trends in technology that matter.
As an Account Director working with The Nerdery's advertising agency partners, Chelsey has evaluated hundreds of RFPs and has launched over 130 interactive projects for national brands to local boutiques.
Very interesting webinar, thanks! This was my first one, but I look forward to many more.
– Mollie Mitchler, Marketing Specialist, TCF Bank
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How to determine when you're prepared to create a digital RFP
Ensuring RFP responses allow for apples to apples comparisons
As a developer-driven, interactive production firm, The Nerdery's experts help our partners imagine and execute award-winning projects. Our developers have created digital solutions for organizations like Target, Hallmark, Purina and The National Library of Medicine and have presented at events ranging from local user groups to South by Southwest, UX London and GDC.
A Business Analyst with her Masters degree in technical communications, Erica sees RFPs of all types cross her desk. When not buried in RFPs, Erica helps engineer technical solutions for Nerdery partners.
Commonly made mistakes
What The Nerdery looks for when considering an RFP response