Offers rethought

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I'm new to searching for clients and dealing with them online, since the last 4 years in IT I was working in a teams and my role didn't involve presenting offers. Emails, that I used to use in my offline career, seem to be not the best choice for offers these days.

Recently I was asked to make an offer for development of a web-store for a local offline bicycles store wich is to expand online.

I don't know personally the decision maker also – that's another significant part of the challenge. So I wondered how to present my offer in way that it:

  1. wont be distorted by a contact person (unintentionally, of course)
  2. would be easy to share
  3. descriptive but eloquent

So I decided to create a subdomain for every client, where I'll develop a site which will be as easy to track as opening a URI on a 24/7 basis

Here is the first one:

bicycles online store offer screenshot

The offer is divided into sections, which occupy the whole device screen. This way I separate the sections of the offer. A reader can't scoll the page. Instead he uses inner anchors to navigate the offer.

<nav id="main-menu">
    <a href="#subject">О чем речь</a>
    <a href="#under-the-hood">Под капотом</a>
    [...]
    <a href="#contacts">Контакты</a>
</nav>

Did you notice the CSS code covering the article? These few lines of CSS allow to mimic behaviour of application. But no scripting is actually involved.

body { height: 100vh; overflow: hidden; }
body > section { min-height: 100vh; }

Sharing the offer is as easy as sending a URI with one's favorite messenger:

Only minimal use of images guarantees fast rendering and smooth operation on mobile devices.

So, if you are interested in my services, you'll get an offer in a similar form. Hope you find it convenient.