"Form Fits Function."
How many times have you seen a website that just didn't make sense? Didn't make it easy to do whatever it was you came there for – get information, make a purchase, input data? Bells, whistles, and fancy graphics don't do anyone any good if the underlying structure isn't there to do what's wanted in the first place. A website, or any software, is only as good as it allows visitors to get done what they want to get done.
To build a truly good website, I, and you, need to know what it's going to do, how users are expected to interact with it, consider alternate possibilities, and determine how to best meet those needs. When you contract with me to build your website, I will take the time to learn as much as I can to best serve you. My initial consultations are a discovery process designed with the idea of answering four key questions:
- What do you intend your website to do?
- Who will be using your website?
- Why will they be using your website?
- How can I best build your website to meet those, and future, needs?