Why do you want a website?
If you have a business or are thinking about forming one, a website is a major factor in promoting your services and/or products. Think about how to describe what you do in simple and direct terms.
Think about what information your target audience would like to learn from your website, and provide it in an easy-to-find design.
What are your main goals?
If you offer services, think about what your site visitors would like to learn about you and the ways that you can help them. If you’d like to start a blog, think about subject matter and categories to organize the posts.
Preview other websites
Looking at other websites in your industry will help you learn what your competitors offer and how they present it. Are there some websites that you find attractive and easy to navigate? Are there others that confuse you with too much information and unclear methods to find what you’re looking for?
What do you want on your site?
Is there anything in particular you’d like to have on your site? What main menu items would you like to highlight?
Content, images, colors and text
Creating clear and succinct content is vital to connecting with potential clients and customers. Professional images inspire confidence in you and your work. If you already have branding colors in mind, they can be used throughout the website to present a cohesive scheme.