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Communicating with Web Designers
Cornish Web Services offers web design in Wiltshire, Oxfordshire, Kent and Cornwall. It is understood that when it comes to communicating your needs to a web designer, there could be a ‘language barrier’ between yourself and the designer. Communicating with a web designer is often the most difficult part of the hiring process as you and the designer see the details of the website in different ways. Cornish Web Services in Wiltshire recognise this in and make sure the web design process is as client focused as possible.
When it comes to communicating your web design needs there are usually two possible situations you may face:
- You have an idea about the content of the website, but have no idea how it should be best presented.
- You have a layout in mind and you know the content but you do not know the best way to implement it.
In both of these cases it is important to explain your thoughts to the designer. The majority of clients would say the second scenario is better; however, it is the first which will benefit clients the most in getting the best solution. This is because the designer has a ‘free role’ and therefore, can create an optimum solution with his/her experience and best practices in mind. For example, Cornish WebServices in Wiltshire create web designs based on creating a website which doesn’t just look the part, but allows for higher visibility in search engines. The web designer has this in mind when designing a site which will in turn generate more leads for businesses through better search engine optimisation.
One of the key aspects of communicating with web designers is to learn to listen. Make sure you question any technical terms which you do not understand and make sure both parties are on the same page at the end of the conversation. It is important to listen and trust a web designers judgement when you are told or advised on the best way to accomplish your goals through the website. If you do feel strongly about an aspect of the website then make sure you communicate this and learn the reasons behind the motive for a particular aspect.
Cornish WebServices have an office in Wiltshire offering very flexible web design solutions. At Cornish web services, we find that the best way to work is to create multiple prototypes for clients to assess and comment on. We have found that very few organisations and businesses know exactly what they require before the web design project begins. Upon producing a prototype, we can more accurately determine the exact look and feel as well as the content of the site. For more information about web design in Wilishire, please call 0330 555 4680 or visit www.cornishwebserivces.co.uk.
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