Blog: Web Design

Quality Assurance and Testing are Necessary for Great Websites

Previously, we talked about one way we can improve client projects: Get the site content early as possible. This way, we can tailor the design to focus what we have to say and frame it in a way that amplifies and enhances our messages. The next thing we can do to improve client web project […]

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Gathering Website Content Early Produces Successful Projects

To manage successful website projects, the web consultancy must anticipate potential obstacles, and prevent them from appearing. This miniseries is about overcoming some common obstacles. If we can eliminate these common problems, we’ll have more successful projects, our clients will be happier during our projects, and our clients will get better results long-term. Chasing Waterfalls […]

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What Makes a Design Portfolio Effective?

There’s a malady that’s common in many web design portfolios. They are filled with images of the finished design artifacts, but they don’t elaborate on whether or not they actually solved their client’s problem. In many cases, they don’t even address the reasons why each client was prompted to seek out professional web design in […]

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Should You Hire a WordPress Consultant or Freelancer?

If you run a business, you’ll eventually need to hire someone to redesign your website. The only question is, who do you hire? What are the differences between hiring a freelancer, a consultant, or an agency? We’ll look at some of the differences between the three, and help you figure out what’s the best fit […]

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Questions Your Web Designer Will Ask You

Building a new website always feels very urgent. Many business owners seek out a web designer because something in their business is not quite right. They figure a new or remodeled website may help them invigorate their sales or save them long-term expenditure. This sense of urgency compels businesses to jump as quickly as possible […]

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“Will You Build My Site For Equity?”

“Will you build my website in exchange for equity?” Every developer I have ever met has been asked this question before. Some hear it several times a month. Some developers already work for funded startups, where the hopes are the company goes public, and they are on the ground floor of stock options. With the […]

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Dealing With Client Change Orders

Change orders are something that every web agency must deal with. For those who don’t know what they are, change orders are modifications or additions to an existing project. Many web agencies also consider ongoing fixes, page additions or small addendum to a website as change orders. Everyone has a different policy regarding change orders. […]

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