Here’s how the website design process typically goes:
You choose an agency to build your new website. You’re excited to get started. The first thing the agency does is show up with wireframes and ask you to produce content.
You agree on some initial layouts. The agency starts designing while you struggle to produce content. What’s most important? What stays and what goes? Disagreement and even conflict may ensue.
Another meeting with the agency takes place. They have designs to review. You like the look, but are not sure how the content will fit. The agency throws around jargon you only half understand. Frustrations and worries mount.
This process continues, with no aligned vision on either side. You make progress, but you’re never quite happy with the results.
Eventually, the website launches, possibly over-budget, and while you like the result, you find yourself wondering if there is a better way.
Instead if you chose an agency who came in with a plan to help you focus on your unique objectives and knowledge. Not just a set of wireframes and a need for content to fill them.
Imagine if they worked with you to develop your content into a map that aligns with a single, coherent vision for the website. Using that map, you can develop the structure on your content, making it easier to develop the entire website.
Imagine that by the time you get to wireframes, usability, and design, you are seeing your own content and know exactly how it will look once the website is complete.
Imagine that at the end, all that hard work pays off and your website is exactly as you hoped it would be.
Sounds better, right? We thought so, too.
If you’re interested in a better, easier process for designing your website, let’s talk about working together!
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Developer and Strategist
Brian specializes in building dynamic web sites with custom applications, custom plugins, themes, and general web development problem solving. He uses the latest coding, search engine, social media, and performance standards for each project, and takes time each week to learn about the new standards and methods. Jessee developed the #1 adopted, selling & grossing WordPress Coupon Creating Plugin.
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Jason is an experienced designer with a thorough understanding of web development standards and trends. He strives to make visually compelling designs that are usable and straightforward. Jason believes great messaging and great design can work together, rather than sacrificing one for another.