Website Planning Guide

The Perfectionist’s Guide to getting a Website Designed

Do you identify as a perfectionist? If so, you’re not alone, many people find themselves in what can feel like an impossible situation, they want every project completed to an extremely high standard but within a set time-frame and budget. Also, keep in mind, that often you may not be …

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Here’s a useful guide for when you’ve been delegated the company website

It’s a New Year, and with it, you may have gained a new responsibility – the company website. Now if the website has been a bit of ‘hot potato’ within the business, then things could be a little disorganised. Now, even if you think things are sorted, there’s all of …

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Working out the pages and content your website needs

One of the hardest parts of putting together a site is deciding exactly what pages you need and the content that should go onto each page. A lot of this depends upon the purpose of the website and its target audience. Once you have finalised these areas jot down the …

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Setting milestones for your website development

The best practice is to set a ‘go live’ date with your web designer and stick to it! Make sure your online date is realistic though. Can you really provide the information to your web designer within the time frame they need to format it? Talk with your web designer …

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Who to include in the website decision making process

Consult with your staff and management team about the website development, as they can provide you with valuable ideas and feedback. Talk to colleagues and friends that have had websites created or re-vamped and ask them about their experiences. You may also like to consult with your: Advertising or branding …

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