Show Up Web Design is a professional web design firm we act in a professional manner and expect our clients to do so as well. We expect our clients to follow the professional obligations of their own community and the business community as a whole. This includes all legal obligations of the city, state or nation under which they operate. Show Up Web Design has the right to refuse service to a business or individual which we feel is not adhering to these obligations or fall under our principal, social, ethical and moral standards.
DEFINITIONS – The term “PROFESSIONAL” will be used as the accepted manner in which a professional will act. The term “PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT” is defined as The field of regulation of members of professional bodies, either acting under statutory or contractual powers. Historically, professional conduct was wholly undertaken by the private professional bodies, the sole legal authority for which was of a contractual nature. The term “CLIENT” will be used to refer to a Business and individual(s) requesting, hiring, and/or purchasing services from Show Up Web Design, hereafter referred to as Show Up Web Design. In the event that the business becomes insolvent or is unable to abide by the terms of this agreement, the principal individuals will be responsible for adhering to the terms of this agreement.
WEB DESIGNER & DEVELOPER CODE OF CONDUCT
- I will uphold honesty and fairness in treating my clients by giving my best effort in finishing projects within agreed time and budget.
- I will protect the interests of my clients and refuse to disclose confidential information.
- I will work with competition honestly and professionally.
- I will scrupulously ensure that the designs I publish are not, in any way perceivable, misleading to potential customers.
- I will not distribute, use and collect unlicensed or pirated software in my projects.
- I will protect the Internet, and its users, against copyright violations, property theft and plagiarism to the best of my abilities & knowledge.
- I will not knowingly make use of any spyware, inject codes within websites for my own interests.
- I will stay away from looping or using codes to disable the “Back button” and trap the visitors to view a page they don’t want to.
- I will not use techniques such as “Web Rings”, and “Black Hat” to optimize my search engine popularity.
- I will do away with pop-up windows and technologies that intrude private data for advertising.
- I will code in the simplest and clearest way possible.
- I will design while putting in mind the easiness and speed of user experience.
- I will not participate in website redirecting to pages users don’t expect.
CLIENT CODE OF CONDUCT
- I will treat staff with professionally with respect, kindness & honesty.
- I understand any contract is subject to Show Up Web Design’s Terms of Service
- I will inform staff of needs and changes in circumstances in order to receive relevant services.
- I will give advance notice of their need to access services in order to ensure the services can be provided in a timely manner.
- I will be prepared to work with the staff, or be willing to wait until staff is available.
- I understand that Show Up Web Design works with many individuals with many levels of needs, and staff may need to prioritize their time to deal with emergency or high need situations.
- I will maintain confidentiality of other clients and staff.
- I will understand that Show Up Web Design and its staff have limitations in regards to the services they provide.
- I realize that access to services may have limits and eligibility does not automatically ensure services.
- I understand that staff may not be available on a drop in basis, and an appointment is necessary.
- I will respect that client communication is subject to Show Up Web Design’s staff and is defied by Show Up Web Designs’ staff.
- I will deal with problems and concerns in a mature manner according to Show Up Web Designs code of conduct.
- I understand all Show Up Web Design’s work is subject to the Copyright Law of 1976. (17 U.S.C. §§ 101-810 & 44 U.S.C. §§ 505 & 2113; 18 U.S.C. § 2318).
- I understand that email communication is governed by the CAN–SPAM Act of 2003.