emarketers web design procedure
What Happens with Web Design
Initial Project Discussion
In our first contact, we discuss the kind of website you want, and what you need it to do. Because your desired outcomes will be unique to your business, it is important to make sure that a clear process exists to safeguard your interests.
Our first priority is to ensure that what you get at the end is always what was agreed in the first place !
Our five-part procedure ensures that you get the maximum benefit from your web design project.
Web Design Procedure
Part 1: Your Requirement
Let us know what kind of offline marketing (brochures, etc) you have, and if so, how closely you want to stick to the existing brand imagery.
If you already have a website, tell us what you like and dislike about it.
What you want to achieve (goals)
Your target market and the geographical regions you serve
Competitors and example websites
Let us know what you like/dislike about these websites, and why.
Part 2: Project Setup
Objectives, price and payment schedule
Our standard payment schedule requires a 50% deposit before we start, with nothing to pay until we have finished the work, prior to launch. Higher value projects can incorporate stage payments.
Part 3: Pre-Build
Agree the designs
Changes consistent with the original agreement can be made, and your sign-off is then obtained.
Provide the content for your website
Any images to be used, or downloadable documents, should also be provided at this stage.
Part 4: Website Build
Our job, with your response
For most jobs, some stages of development are viewable on-line so you can monitor the progress of the project.
Part 5: Project Completion
Complete the final payment