As part of our consultation, I will introduce you to the website design process so you know what to expect, when to expect it, and give tips on how you can make things a bit easier on your end. It’s a lot to cover in one meeting!
In order to get the most out of our time together, I’d advise going over the following checklist:
- Mission & Purpose
What is the most important thing you need your web design to communicate? What pages and content get the most traffic or offer up the best ROI? What actions do you most want your visitors to take? We’ll build a design that helps to optimize the inbound flow for you.
- Your Brand & Your Style
Most clients already have an existing logo, colors, or even full style guides. A company style guide is extremely helpful, if you have one.High resolution digital copies of your official logo – preferably a transparent PNG – and any other publications or marketing materials that show the implementation of your brand.
- Provide Photos
- The Devil Is In The Details
Lots of miscellaneous pieces of data go into a site design, many of them are fine details that can hold up progress. The most common items are:
- Links to all of your social media sites profiles
- The general contact email for your contact forms
- Your full official business name for the copyright
- The phone number and street address you would like in the contact form