Planning is one of the most important steps in creating a website. The planning phase includes discussing your goals, discovering what assets you currently have, scoping out the competition and starting to compose content.
When we have some of the basics (color, images, logo and an outline of the content), we can sort the content into logical categories and ultimately create a navigation menu.
From there, it’s a step-by-step process to get to the final rendition.
Redesigning a website uses the same steps as creating a new site. Normally, it’s not practical to make major revisions to an existing website.
We need to take a careful look at your existing colors, logo, images, content and navigation in order to decide which parts to keep and which to replace or revise.
Learning how visitors use your site and what works and doesn’t work will help formulate a plant for a better website.
What if you’d like to make a few changes? Add or remove images, revise the text, add, edit or remove content ?
I can do this for you. If it’s a WordPress site, I can teach you how to do it yourself, if you’d like.
I can also do regular website audits, to make sure everything is working as intended, fixing any broken links or images, and do an SEO review of page titles, headings, subheadings and meta tags.
Quarterly site reviews will help keep your website running smoothly and eliminate any problems that might arise.