Planning a website

Things you can do help us when we first talk.

As a website developer, it’s crucial for potential customers to understand and provide the necessary information to begin a successful project. Here are some key pieces of information that we would like you to consider so we can get off to a good start:

  1. Defined goals and objectives: A clear understanding of what the website is intended to achieve, such as increasing brand awareness, generating leads, or selling products.
  2. Target audience: Information about the demographics, interests, and needs of the target audience to tailor the website to their specific needs.
  3. Your competitors: You understand your competition. So take a look at your competitors websites and write down what you like and don’t like about them. We can further analyse these websites of your competitors to understand their strengths and weaknesses and to create a website that stands out.
  4. Website structure and content: A plan for the overall structure of the website, including the type of content that will be included, such as text, images, videos, and interactive elements.
  5. Budget: You don’t need to be tied to a budget but when discussing your new website we can arrive at a clear understanding of the cost of creating and maintaining the website, including any specific features that are desired.
  6. Necessary functionality: A list of specific functionality that is required, such as e-commerce capabilities, contact forms, or a blog.

By providing this information, you can help us to understand your needs so we can create an accurate project plan and budget and to ensure that the final product meets your goals and objectives.

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