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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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  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  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.
[Designers Who Code]
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.