Deliverables are the work that a freelancer is contracted to do for a client. Deliverables are typically specified in the contract and can include anything from written documents and reports to videos, software applications, or other digital content. When a freelancer agrees to an assignment, they agree to send the specific deliverables to their client. Deliverables often have to meet certain criteria specified in the contract, such as deadlines and quality standards.
Deliverables may also be used to measure performance. For example, a freelancer may be contracted to produce a certain number of video tutorials or articles in a specific timeframe. At the end of the contract, the client will assess the quality and quantity of the deliverables to determine if they were satisfied with the outcome. It is important for freelancers to make sure that the deliverables they produce are of the highest quality and within the required timeframe in order to ensure a successful relationship with their clients.
See also: Client Questionnaire, SOW, Project-Based Pricing, Estimate