Author: Katie Bruhl Zraik
Once you or your company decides that you need a website (or a redesign of an existing site), often the first thing you will do is research companies and reach out to one, or several, over the phone or through a contact form. Chances are they are going to have a lot of questions for you, perhaps ones you weren’t anticipating. The good news is you can do your homework before ever reaching out to a web designer. Not only will it serve to facilitate the whole process, but you are likely to seriously impress the designer who often speaks to clients that don’t have a vision of what they want.
Here are 3 things to know before you reach out to a person or company to design your website: