We need to fully understand your business, your contribution, your target audience, your goals, and what problems the project will solve before we know what to do. This will mean the final price.
We believe that a prescription without a diagnosis is wrong.
Do not risk your investment with an organization that does not take the time to fully understand and evaluate your goals and help you define what success looks like to you.
We understand that your website is only part of the overall picture of your business ecosystem. And we understand that, if your ecosystem is at least a fraction or two missings, a new website will not give you the results you expect.
Because of this, we try to get a clear understanding of what role your website plays and what you need in that website to be successful. (These are things like copying, photographs, lead generators, etc.) You can expect us to ask the following questions in our first interview:
- How will potential customers find you?
- What your visitors want to do/see / experience when they come to your website.
- What will the success look like to you after 6 months of this solution being made?
- Do you sell products online? Do you schedule appointments?
- Will your user login to access any part of your content/features?
- Do you already have a brand and is it true to what you are and it attracts your intended audience?
- Any idea of how many web pages you need?
- Are we changing the existing site? Tell us about what works and what doesn't work on your existing site.
- Who writes the content?
- Do you have photos that strongly show your services, product, location, and/or team?
We ask a lot of questions to give you a better idea of how much your website would cost to build.
Anything else would be wrong in our view.
A 1 million dollar image, funny. and add a contact button there.