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How to create a UX project proposal that wins clients

by Matt Isherwood
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A vital part of doing any fixed scope or priced work is the proposal – here’s some tips that might help.

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Matt Isherwood,

Matt Isherwood is a UX consultant who specialises in improving ecommerce websites. Over his career he has worked at the BBC, onefinestay, and consulted to a wide range of startups and growing businesses. He has taught UX design workshops and wrote the Amazon-bestselling book, Designing Ecommerce Websites.

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