Past Meetup

Quoting Web Projects

This Meetup is past

35 people went


1644 Platt St · Denver, CO

How to find us

We will be on the lower level of the building in classroom 2. Sign in at the main entrance, and take the elevator down to the bottom floor.

Location image of event venue


The monthly WordPress Developers Meetup has moved to Galvanize!

We have officially moved the WordPress Developers Meetup to the Galvanize Platte Campus! We would like to thanks our gracious host and sponsor, Galvanize (, for providing this space for us to hold our meetup.

The venue is located on Platte between 16th, and 17th. If you are driving, you should be able to get some street parking, or there is a public garage next door that you can park at for about $5.

Meetup Schedule

• 6:00 - 6:15: Arrive

• 6:15 - 6:30: General Meetup Updates & Speaker Introduction

• 6:30 - 7:15: Presentation

• 7:15 - 8:00: Session Q&A / General Questions

For this meetup, Chance Carlin from Fruition will be doing a talk: “Quoting Web Projects”.


Quoting Web Projects

No two projects are created equally! Defining requirements for each project can be a challenge, and putting a budget to those requirements is often a guessing game. A misquoted project could potentially leave either you or your client feeling burned.

Chance will talk about his process and experiences in quoting projects and will speak to the challenges that we all face. Our goal will be to leave the talk with some ideas on how you might improve your quoting and budgeting process.

About Our Presenter

Chance Carlin is the Technical Sales Engineer at Fruition, an agency located in Denver. He is in charge of developing and maintaining internal processes for quoting new development projects. He works with clients and internal team members (business development, search marketing, design, and development) to develop requirements and budgets. Working with these teams across multiple disciplines to execute on web projects gives him unique insight into commonly missed aspects of web development projects, and how they affect the bottom line.


If you have any suggestions for what you would like to see at future meetups, or would like to give a talk about a particular topic, leave a comment on the meetup, or feel free to DM me!