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Do this first: Understanding business objectives in regards to your website.

Understand your business objectives so that you are aware of how a website may be able to help you achieve your goals and why you need one. If you decide that a website is for you it’s great to understand your website requirements (but don’t worry we will help you discover these during our discovery phase).

We recommend reading our Start Here guides to help get you started on your web design and development journey.

Then do this next: set aside time for the project and schedule our service.

We would recommend booking your next web project into our diary.

Depending on your website requirements it can take over 120 hours to design and build a website, so there definitely needs to be time set aside.

Once this is done you’ll have peace of mind that your website project is in our safe hands.

Then do this: Understand your project requirements and get ready.

Start doing your research by contacting your web designers/developers to understand what’s possible. Start preparing for this journey (We will provide you with a checklist during the onboarding process but for now feel free to read our article titled: “11 Proven Strategies for Starting a Successful New Website Project: Actionable Tips for Maximum Impact” to get familiar with what may be needed).

Research competitors and gather things you might need for your website such as domain name and level of functionality or pages you might require. Also, think about the email addresses you require for your business (Don’t worry we can guide you during our discovery phase). Think about what you want your users to do when they visit your website.

We offer 3 main service offerings for you to choose from:

Then do this: Assign a budget to the project and start gathering materials and resources.

Assign a budget and amount of time you can commit to the project. 

Depending on your budget and the level of involvement you can dedicate to the project, this will dictate how much work you will need to put in. In general you will need to start planning your content and imagery for the website.

If you prefer everything to be taken care of, we provide a range of add-on services whereby we can take full control of copywriting and sourcing/organising of imagery.

Also, depending on what stage you are at with regards to your business’ branding and strategy, we would require you to gather assets like logo files and brand guidelines so that when we come to start designing and building your website, we have everything we need.

Next: Website Design & Development.

All of the above is a typical journey before starting the websites wireframe stage. Once we start the project we will project manage the process from start to finish but will require feedback during the wireframe and design stage (See our process and timeline within the relevant service on our services page or read our FAQs) but in general you will be able to focus on doing what you do best working on your business whilst we’re developing your website so that it looks just right and functions how you and users would expect.

Most good web design and development companies will be busy working on their clients websites.

Our next client project availability can start at the earliest on 1 July 2024 in:
Get peace of mind that your next web project is taken care of so that you can focus on what you do best.