I’ll ask the right questions to uncover the truth about why you need a new website and exactly what it is you’re trying to achieve. Some of these questions may seem a little uncomfortable. In fact, if it doesn’t get a little awkward, chances are I’m not doing my job.
Once I have all the information I need, I’ll build a visual sitemap so we can all get on the same page very quickly about what it is we’re trying to communicate and the best way to structure the information. Here’s an example of one I made earlier of NickSocha.dev.
Instead of trying to tell you what I intend to build and hoping you understand my web development lingo, at this point I will build an interactive prototype to show you how my solution will work. With no attention to design at this stage, it won’t be pretty, but it gets us close real quick. Here’s one I prepared earlier.
The fun begins during the design stage because we get to play with the crayons and coloring pencils to bring your interactive prototype to life. Here’s the same website fully designed.
Finally, we go underground for a couple of weeks and make sure everything is plugged in, turned on, and tested before deploying your new website so you can show it off to the whole world.
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