The City of Aspen, Colorado has issued a digital marketing RFP, seeking professional services to redesign, develop and implement its website based on best practices and trends in website design and development.
The City of Aspen has done a slight modification of aspenpitkin.com to reflect that it is now a City only website. The City would like to take the opportunity to review and implement the needs of a wholly redesigned website that would best serve its constituents, internal users, content managers and web administrators. In addition to the main aspenpitkin.com site, the City is interested in presenting a consistent brand across a family of both the main City website and department websites that may not be part of the City website. Examples of these sites include:
Proposals are due by May 16, 2016 to: The City of Aspen Purchasing Department, 130 South Galena Street, Aspen, Colorado 81611.
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