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C.A. Accounting provides financial services to small and medium sized business including bookkeeping, accounts payable/receivable, bill payment, taxes and more. Although they had begun to establish a web presence, they were in need of an upgrade. Their goals included creating …
To purchases a domain you will need to do business with a Domain Name Registrar, an accredited business who can reserve a domain name for you. These companies will allow you to buy any available domain and will give you options to host that domain with the web host provider of your choice.
A mood board is a tool for gathering creative inspiration, color palettes, feature requests and other ideas into a single document that can then be used to guide the initial rough mock up process. Creating a mood board is one of the first steps I take in the design process after meeting with the client and conducting the initial assessment interview.
You only hear from the people that do solicit your business. Those that steer clear because your website is unusable, clunky or just plain unsightly will never contact you at all. The following are some factors to keep in mind when you consider if it’s time for a redesign or update.
Before your design gets coded, before initial mockups and moodboards, and even before you start the search for a designer, you need a plan. A good development plan will save you both time and money and will improve the overall quality of your next web development project.
Show your designer what you want! Show him or what you like, or even dislike, by sending them samples of existing websites that a) you find attractive, b) accomplish goals similar to yours and/or c) capture a particular element or style that you want to embrace. Doing so gives the designer an immediate and clear window to your head.