Contact

There used to be a form on this page but it was mostly collecting spam so I decided to change things a little bit.

How to use this page: Copy one of the templates, make edits, replace text in brackets and send your email to hello@thisdomain.com

Hi Dmitry,

My name is [Elon Musk], and I’m the [CEO of Tesla, SpaceX, and a few other startups]. I’d like to hire you for a project.

I asked [my colleague JB] for references, and [he] told me to reach out to you.

We have an idea of building [a promo site for a new truck that we are launching next year].

We’d like to launch it [in six months] to [start collecting emails of people who might be interested]. Let me know if you think this is a reasonable deadline.

We have a team of designers working on this project and we are looking for a reliable developer who can build the site based on the designs we provide and help us launch it smoothly.

You will be working with me and a lead designer on my team. The budget for this project is [$20k] but we can go up to [$30k] if absolutely necessary.

If you are interested, let's schedule a quick kickoff call. I'll be happy to answer any of your questions.

Thanks,
[Elon]

Hi Dmitry,

My name is [Chris Anderson], co-organizer of the conference for designers and developers called [Designers Who Code]. I'd like to invite you to speak at our next event happening on [July 2020] in [New York].

[Designers Who Code] is a [two-day] friendly and inclusive event on [web design, UX, web development, and everything in-between]. We expect around [3000] attendees this year.

Our goal is to bring together speakers with diverse skills and experiences in the field to share their knowledge with our audience. We believe you would be a critical addition to our speaker line-up.

Your talk could be up to [30] minutes, on any topic. Please let us know by [date] whether or not you’d be interested in speaking.

Thank you for your time, and we very much look forward to hearing from you.

[Chris Anderson],
[Designers Who Code]

Hi Dmitry,

My name is [Larry Page]. We briefly met at [WordCamp US conference in 2017].

I've been poking around with one question for the past week and thought you might know the answer. I've tried [googling it] searching on [Stackoverflow] and [YouTube] but nothing seems to be helping.

So the question is: [Why does someone believe you when you say there are four billion stars, but check when you say the paint is wet?]

If you do know anything about it, please let me know.

Thank you,
[Larry]