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Name: Jean Benson
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Alter: 10.11.1971 (47 Jahre)
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Right here are some tips in discovering the proper people for the job and some considerations to be taken into account.


https://images42.fotki.com/v1453/photos/5/3214525/12771246/RLMJWHVLKKYO-vi.jpg1. Introduction

Numerous organizations look to get a web designer as though
they were looking for a common commodity item including a light bulb - i.e.
All websites are equal and paying the 16 year old
student on a computer course to develop the site will reap exactly the identical dividend as paying a specialist web development agency.
Other companies often really feel they have to spend thousands upon thousands of pounds on a website for
it to become productive.

Let us dispel these myths

Contrary to what several think, web design is only 1 element in the production of your website.
Some web designers can speak day and night about how fairly your web site could be,
but if it is not functional, user-friendly,
or capable of helping you meet your online objectives, then all of the superficial beauty inside the world
isn't going to assist it serve it really is objective.
The design theme of a website is only one element of building a
successful online presence.

Selecting a Web Designer isn't a simple activity! - Here are some
suggestions...

There is certainly a lot a lot more to web design than just producing a few web pages look quite if you would like to succeed.
You will need to think about your target audience,
underlying message, content, preferred responses, visitor influence, online goals,
how you are going to measure the success from the
site and more. There is so much more to web design than just
making a couple of web pages look quite

2. Defining Your Requirements

When you have no idea why you would like a website or what
you would like the website to achieve, it's too to sit down and think it by means of, instead of rushing to put up a "White elephant" that does not
serve a goal. Each website need to serve
a objective, and that's usually exactly where several websites falls brief.
They serve no goal since the website owner never gave
a lot thought to it. It really is not the website's fault. A website is inanimate.
It is only what you make it. The only life a website has is the one provided to
it by its designer and owner. In the event the human element does not do a good job of defining
the building blocks, the website will serve no objective and at some point die a digital death.
Every website ought to have a distinct objective With that in mind,
we'd recommend the first stage would be to define the "Goals" in the website in relation for the specifications
and aspirations from the business or organisation involved.


Defining the Aim

Every website should have a distinct goal or
quantity of goals which are measurable. A goal can be something from communicating with buddies and
associates by means of to creating income
by selling goods or solutions online (e commerce).
Your objective inside the first instance could even be to have a
web presence so prospective clientele never regard your organisation as getting backward!
When you have defined a goal (or quantity
of goals), it is equally essential to define:

The target audience. i.e. Who you want/expect to visit your website.

The actions you want to result from their pay a visit to.
i.e. Creating an online sale, getting them to create an inquiry etc.

What advantages you might be providing and receiving from possessing the website.

Defining the Key Functions (The actions)

When the goals from the website have already been established,
it's essential to define the actions needed by site visitors to meet the goals.
An action is any traceable sequence of events carried out by the end user.


Examples may well contain:

Obtaining in touch - either by telephone, e-mail or via an online form.

Disseminating Information.
Signing up for a newsletter.
Completing a questionnaire
Commenting on a Blog
Downloading or getting products
Utilizing an online tool
Obviously, you'll find other intangible benefits that your website may well offer
to an end user that do not lead to direct "actions"...
i.e. just supplying "peace of mind" to an existing or prospective
consumer would be deemed as such. Should you haven't currently done so, then it really is also helpful to
take a look at the competitors, for suggestions, likes and dislikes.


Establishing Your Design & Development Preferences

As soon as you have formulated the targets and functional specifications
for the website, it is time to start developing a picture of how you anticipate the
site coming together - with regard to structure and design theme.
This does not need to be a definitive exercise - Your
web designer ought to be able to add a lot of input
and suggestions at a later stage, but it helps to have some ideas to feed into the specifications you approach
the designer with within the initial instance.

As follows are several that we feel ought to be mandatory:


The website ought to adhere to recognised standards.
The site must be written to conform and validate to the standards defined
by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) - this
will in turn, mean your site should be cross-browser friendly (i.e.
Appear exactly the same across various different types of web
browser).
The website should be accessible. In web terms, this means that it conforms to the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).

The website should be clean, crisp and fast loading.
The website must be straightforward to use and inoffensive (see below).

Our Tip: Easy to use and Inoffensive - The WOW factor

Webbies frequently get asked to produce a website with the "WOW factor".
The "WOW factor" is a term that means different things to different individuals.
Frequently, the person or business commissioning the website have grandiose plans
for extensive animation, splash screens, cartoons, garish designs...
This is not the WOW factor - A bold garish design with "off the wall" colour schemes may
seem bold and innovative to some folks, but may really place off other site users - Find the happy medium.


If a person wants to buy a pair of shoes online then their mission is basically to find the desirable pair of
shoes at the right price in the quickest possible time.
They never visit an e-commerce site to watch an animation of shoes tap dancing across the screen. Leave cartoons and needless animation that add zero value to those
experts in their own field. Individuals watch the Simpsons for
that type of entertainment. They likely won't be visiting your website for (or be impressed by) to become "dazzled" by irrelevant attempts to stand out.


Our own interpretation of the "WOW factor" is a site that is very simple to use,
clean, crisp, user friendly, fast loading with great content material.
Basically, the site that delivers it really is underlying message quickly
and concisely may be the most effective. Google has the WOW Factor and you don't see
slow loading animation on that website. The WOW factor must mean Winning on the web
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and nothing else.

Ok, so you've mapped out some targets and requirements...
time to start looking for the correct guys to go ahead and implement
the solution for you.

3. Selecting a Web Designer / Developer

Initially, the best place to begin is by putting together a shortlist of designers.
You may choose to do this in any quantity of ways but right here are some
suggestions that you could wish to factor in:

The location of the potential designer. This could or could
not be a factor for you. Some individuals are happy to work remotely and others prefer some face to face interaction. When the
latter is essential to you, then you will must focus
on designers in your local area.
The designer's portfolio. This is generally
a important factor in any shortlisting process.
You could choose to favour designers who have worked specifically within the sector you're targeting, or
you might merely like other unrelated websites they've developed.

Independent Word of mouth recommendation. You could have
received glowing reports on particular designers and their after-sales service.
Never overlook this.
The size in the company. Generally speaking, the size
of the company provides you with little idea to the quality or work they can produce
or the services they can provide. Some SMEs prefer to work on a a lot more personal level with smaller providers or freelance designers with larger corporates preferring the opposite.


The cost - Most professional web designers tend to produce work on a bespoke basis,
tailored uniquely for each client - and the vast majority do not publish prices.
(We do). However, an initial discussion must be able to supply you with a "ball park" figure at least
based on your requirements outline. Some designers are also able
to supply cost-effective "out in the box" solutions at a fixed
price.
Tip: Get a fixed price quote as opposed to an hourly rate. Let's face it...

an hourly or daily rate is meaningless as a measuring stick when your contemplate it
might take one designer twice as long as another to complete the identical job.


Web designers will typically showcase previous work on their own websites, but be sure to consider that they are gearing a
site's design and structure to needs presented by another party that likely won't match
your own. It really is more important that you're confident that they
can implement your solution than perhaps reading too much into other design work that you
may well not necessarily like.

Another consideration you could ought to take into account
may be the attitude a designer shows when you first make contact.
You can usually gauge whether they are genuinely interested in the
project and whether they are going to be proactive - and if they
can offer a high level of support. Designers not providing a
landline phone number or a business address could be harder to contact when you need them the most.
Trust your instincts and exercise common sense.

Tip: Do not base everything on price and make sure you compare "like" with "like".

Also, do not be afraid to share your budget with the designers during
initial discussions and then see what they can deliver within it.
Time is frequently wasted if you are discussing the project over days or weeks and then finish up being miles apart on pricing expectations.


The more information you give furnish the designer with,
relating to your goals, requirements and design preferences, the better.
Also make sure that you discuss timescales and payment schedules (most designers will ask to get a deposit upfront and a final balance payment when the project is completed.
There may also be interim payment milestones for larger projects).
Additionally, enquire about any recurring charges for support, future amends, web hosting, domains etc.
Neither party will want hidden surprises.

4. Questions You will be Asked

It is always better to be prepared when you approach web
designers... they will also have their own queries to establish
a the needs, gauge the work involved and furnish you with a quote.



Typical questions you may be asked include the following:

What does your company do?
What are the Unique Selling Points that your company has
to offer?
What is the goal of the website?
How do you see the website evolving in the future?


Do you've got any current branding? i.e. Logo, colour schemes or other
marketing materials?
Who are your competitors?
Do you require e commerce or an online payment mechanism?

Can you supply links to other websites that you
like from a design perspective?
Can you supply links to other websites that you like from a functionality perspective?
(i.e. How they work)
What is your budget? Do not be afraid to disclose a budget figure - it can help a lot.


Should you aren't able to get an immediate quote, request that the designer
gets back to you and establish a timescale for this to happen.
As you can probably tell, picking a web designer is not necessarily a straightforward process should you are
seeking the right fit for your project. The a lot more detailed research and preparation that you carry out, the better.


5. Going ahead

When you make a decision on proceeding with a designer, make sure to get the
quote in writing and make sure the it really is
clear that the copyright of the website
is yours when completed. Ensure all charges (including any
future and/or recurring charges) are spelled out to avoid any ambiguity and problems
further down the line.

Ideally, when you wish to proceed, your web developer ought to create
a test web address, where you can monitor ongoing development and provide feedback
throughout.

Part of a wider strategy

Your website ought to integrate with and complement your other marketing activities.
Promote your site address where you can. Contemplate putting it on your business cards, stationery, merchandise,
delivery vans, carrier bags, client receipts and on your shop front.
Drive individuals to your website through online adverts, search engine marketing and active offline promotion.

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