Chicago Architecture Foundation – website redesign RFP

Request for Proposals
Responses Due: April 14, 2014

The Chicago Architecture Foundation has just released an RFP to redesign and redevelop our institutional website, architecture.org (what a great domain name!) Our cultural institution has an annual in-person visitor audience of more than 500,000 people annually, and the website receives more than 1 million visits per year. Our mission is to inspire people to discover why design matters, and we do this through adult and youth programs, architectural tours of the city of Chicago, exhibitions, events and a retail shop.

We are looking for RFP respondents, but also for our fellow Museums and the Web colleagues to suggest firms they’ve loved working with or think would be a great fit for us.

Here is the link to the RFP and supporting background documents: https://caf.box.com/s/ysgjco5m7u5rl5uxjbg9

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About Jill Farley

I am a web strategist who is working for a cultural non-profit for the first time. I'm eager to learn more about how institutions put content online, how their IT departments/web departments are structured, and how others manage the demands of keeping up with the ever-changing online industry!

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