More and more individuals are in need of a website design with the shift toward digital communication. You truly need a website whether you are an already-established business, entrepreneur, or E-commerce enthusiast to market your business brand. A website is something that can be produced overnight is one of the biggest misconceptions about the design process. While expert web designers and developers are certainly capable of enforcing speedy work but this is not true. The client should have a firm understanding of the web design process at large in order to ensure a swift and seamless web design process. Following are the various stages of the website process.
Once the clients have signed the contract and the project deal is approved, the project manager will arrange an initial conversation. During this conversation the project manager introduces him/herself to the clients and begins the discussion about the entirety of the project timeline. The clients are given the opportunity to share all the goals regarding to the design and functionality, whereby the project manager will request samples of the client’s desired design aesthetic. And also the manager will articulate all of the various stages of the design, so that the client has a good understanding of what to expect at every step.
Acquisition of Content
Particularly the manager is concerned with the gathering all of the content for the client’s website as much as possible. The content displayed on the website should refer to all the languages and/or text that appear on all the pages of the site. Typically this is a time consuming process and the project manager will encourage the client to begin working on this immediately. The client will likely supply the project manager will supply all content. The client might choose to employ content writer service if the website design company has a content writer. The manager will initiate the design process once the content is submitted and approved.
The project manager will consult with the web designer based on the client’s established design aesthetic and logo. Now the web designer will start to create wireframes for the homepage design. Wireframes are crude sketches of the design ideas, so that he can assess the client’s liking of the concept. The designer begins with the wireframe as he does not want to waste time on a design that the client might hate. The designers begin with the homepage as it is the most important design of the website. Approval of this clearly demonstrates the rest of the design aesthetic, as well as the timeline for the rest of the project. Once the wireframe is approved by the client the designer will perfect this concept in an actual design and seek final approval of this before implementing further designs.
Inner/Back Page Designs
The inner and back pages of the website will follow the approved design aesthetic of the homepage. The web designer will create all of these pages and sends them off to the clients. The functionality can be added to the designs through web development after the client approves these pages.