Getting your “ducks in a row”
These are questions I generally ask at the
beginning of a project.
1. What kind of web site are you looking for?
2. Who is your audience?
3. Describe your ideal site in 3 or 4 words.
If you prefer, you can write your own copy and take your own photos. We also have some highly skilled photographers and copywriters who can do the job for you.
5. What is your budget?
If what you are looking for will cost less than what you have budgeted, I will let you know. I may suggest things you might want to add to your site-plan that will enhance your site. Or suggest that your left-over budget be saved for promotional use or a nice mini-vacation. ;-)
In a situation when your site goals exceed your planned budget, I can work with you to implement a phased plan of development. While you may not be able to include e-commerce from day one, having a simple online product catalog first would still be complimentary to your final goal.
I'll need all of this from you before we can get very far.
1. Find 3 web sites that you love the design, or elements
of the design. List URL & tell briefly what you like about
each. Include a site who's type size you find comfortable to read.