In Phase 3 of the Client’s Guide to the Web Design Process, we cover the “Design” phase. In this phase, you will learn the why and how behind each step in designing a website.

From the client’s perspective, there isn’t a ton of work to do during this phase. Your main job will be to review your web designers work and provide feedback. However, before your website can be designed, you should make sure your designer is following a professional process. This will increase the likelihood of a successful website build.

In this section, we’ll show you where you can find resources for web design inspiration so you can communicate with your designer what you want. We’ll also break down why your designer needs to provide you with a web design brief and website wireframes. Finally, we’ll cover best practices for common web pages and give you a roadmap to brainstorm content for your website.

What You Will Learn

  • Resources to find web design inspiration 
  • How a web design brief improves project management 
  • Why you need to create wireframes during the design phase
  • How to figure out what content your website will need
  • Best practices for the most popular types of web pages 

Phase 3 Posts

This phase of the Web Design Process covers the fun phase – design. The posts below will get you up to speed on everything you should do during the design phase to produce a great looking website.

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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