It’s time to get together any materials that might be useful in the design and optimization of your site. If you have a blog / business, then this will should feature prominently in the design of your site, and branding.
Most professional companies will fill out a ‘Creative Brief’, the main master plan which sets out parameters for how your webpage should look and what it needs to contain and do. You can either meet up to do this, or if you feel confident, they can send you a creative brief document to fill out yourself.
They will have many questions for you at this point such as:
-What’s the nature of your business or organisation?
– What services and products do you offer?
– How are these different from other similar products and services on the market?
– Do you have a logo (and if not do you need one)?
– Do you have any colour preferences for your site?
– What theme and general styling would be appropriate?
– Do you already have any existing media (photos / images / other designs)?
…and quite a lot more.
Once you have the Creative Brief, a designer will use that to produce a fixed price quote for the design and construction of your website. Follow EdinburghWebDesigns to learn more about web design, branding and everything online marketing before you make an investment.