Think you need a website? Considering updating your existing website? Here you will find out what you really need to think about and the right questions to ask...
Set up your first web design meeting already knowing what you want and with a pretty good idea of how you want it to work. Have the goalposts at your command.
In the ‘Why?’ section I will guide you through the questions to ask yourself that will, as you develop your thinking, help you decide exactly what it is you want you want a website for...
How to create ‘shopping list’ of what it is you want your website to actually say or do. What functions do you want it, or could it, fulfill to save you time and money?
Question: What could be worse than having no website? Answer: Having a website with out-of-date information.
Things to consider about keeping your website fresh. relevant and attractive? How to achieve this painlessly.
How to choose a web designer? I give you a simple set of questions (and model answers) that will sort the sheep from the goats within seconds.
An accessible website is more than designing for people with visual or physical impairment. An accessible website is designed to web standards which means one design works everywhere - computer, mobile, PDA, webTV.
An accessible and web standards compliant website gets more attention from Google.
To which I hope I have found the answers... See if I’m right.