For business owners interested in creating a new or redesigned website for their business, there’s a lot of planning that needs to be done. If you’re not familiar with web design, the process can be daunting.

We understand that – and it’s why we’ve created the “Client’s Guide to the Web Design Process”.

This guide outlines the web design process from a potential clients perspective. We’ve designed it to give you all of the information you need to make an informed decision for your business.

In Phase 2 of the Client’s Guide to the Web Design Process, we cover the “Planning” phase. In this phase, you will learn about common web design terms, research to perform before designing a website, setting goals, what a good onboarding process looks like, and free tools that will make working with a web designer easy.

What You Will Learn

  • Common web design terms and what they mean 
  • How a good client onboarding  process gets a project started off right
  • Free tools that make working with a web designer easy 
  • How to set and measure goals for your web design project 
  • Key research you to do before designing a website 

Phase 2 Posts

This phase of the Web Design Process is all about planning. The posts below will get you up to speed on everything you should do before designing a website and ensure your project is set up for success.

Bailey Canning

Bailey Canning

Bailey Canning is a digital marketing consultant & web designer based in Northern New Jersey. Right out of college, he founded Inbound Web Development - a marketing-focused web development firm that helps small businesses generate leads and grow online. Feel free to reach out at bailey@inboundwebdevelopment.com to discuss a project, or be featured as a guest on the podcast Business Talks.

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