Updated: Aug 5, 2021
OK I know this sounds crazy but start with your end point. What is it that you want your visitors to do when they are on your site?
Can they move through your site easily? Do they know how to find your about page or what services you offer?
Before you even start designing your website start the very first thing you should do is think about the actions you want people to take once they are on your site.
How they move through your site
Your offers and services
Finding out more about you
Most importantly your calls to action
Thinking about the pages on your website, start at the very top and plan out what you want on your main menu and what you want as sub-headers and don't forget your call to action (what you want people to do before they leave your site).
My Designed in a Day clients have access to their own client portals which walks them through this really critical step and how to plan their pages from top to bottom. It's all part of the Designed in a Day signature web design service I offer.
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