Web Design Process
Want to know what to expect when you're getting a new or updated web site? Here's a typical website project:
On the first meeting, I find out what you are looking for in a web site. We talk about your budget and time constraints, target audience and what type of features you would like on your site. I can come to you, or we can consult over the phone and via email. I've had clients all over the country and can accomodate your preferences.
Design Draft and Agreement
The second meeting focuses on the design of the site. I send you
a draft of what your site will look like and how the pages will work together.
We'll discuss what you like and don't like. You'll also get an agreement so that we both have clear expectations about
what kind of web site you're getting. The agreement will include number
of pages, features of your site (like contact form, shopping cart, client updatable, etc.), and content details.
I also include hosting preferences, price and two dates: the date
I will get materials and information from you, and the date your site
will be completed and (upon your approval) up on the web. Once you
sign the agreement I get to work.
Content is one of the most important parts of your website, but it can be a challenge pull everything together. Can't think of a good way to describe your business? Don't have time to take good pictures? I can help. For an hourly Content Included rate, I can provide the pictures and content you need, saving you time and effort.
Training is available if you'll be maintaining your website. I can meet with and train members of your business or organization or provide a training manual and/or instructional video. The option you prefer will be in your agreement and the price included in the total cost.
When your site is finished and meets with your approval, I will get it up on the internet according to your specifications and accept payment.
Sound simple? It is! Make the decision today to improve your business with a professional and affordable web site!