So you’re ready to start your website development project (with me or any other website designer). Congratulations! You’re ahead of the game, you’ve dodged the trap of those mass produced website builders which steal your content and give you the worst possible outcome for your business, bravo!
Here is a list of things that I as your website designer will ask you for. Even if you haven’t had a consultation with me yet or if you’re working with another website developer here’s a list of things that any good web designer is going to ask you for.
If they don’t it’s a huge red flag that they are either cutting corners or don’t know what they are doing and you should seek advice from an experienced website designer before it is too late!
Here’s what we, your website designers, are asking for from you the client:
- Your Logo (PDF, EPS or high res JPEG if possible)
- Hosting Login (hosting account and/or Cpanel login)**
- Current Website Login
- Analytics Access (we make decisions based on data, hopefully your old website developer has been collecting it for you!)
- Images or any new pictures you’d like to use for the new site
- Brand style guide, colors or any special graphics being used
**if you don’t have hosting please click here for more info then choose “Grow Big”. Want to learn more about setting up your website hosting & why I recommend SiteGround? Check out this page for more details.
Getting Started with a Website Developer – How to collaborate: (send me your content & Images)
The best and easiest way to send me images is via e-mail
I will also accept your content via:
- Google Drive
- Text Message
- Any other sharing platform of your choosing
Understand the website development process
THE DESIGN PROCESS
Designing a website, no matter how big or small, is an extensive process that can be overwhelming.
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