Planning a Website Redesign? 48 Questions to Ask Before You Start
Rapid changes in online customer behavior, technological innovations, and search engine algorithm updates all have implications for your website, which must evolve to maintain its usefulness and visibility. However, how do you plan for a website relaunch project? Website development, if not thought through well, can be fraught with misunderstandings, conflicts, and cost & time overruns.
The problem occurs because website design & development can mean different things to different people. Advance preparation can help both clients and vendors develop a common understanding of website launch objectives & constraints. It will also lower your risk for running into a time and cost overrun.
This questionnaire will help all parties involved understand your vision for the website and plan the overall effort required for a confusion- and conflict-free delivery.
Whether you are planning an extensive site relaunch or small updates to your website, take the time to answer the questions in the checklist and start off your website redesign project on the right foot.
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