Ready to start a new project or redesign? Here are a few tips that will help your next project go smoothly.


Create a bid specification and project scope

Prepare a detailed explanation of your needs and expectations of your site. Making your expectations clear and specific will ensure you get everything you need, and nothing you don’t. Avoid generalities and boilerplate requests for proposal (RFP) approaches for the best results.

How many pages/sections will the site have? Do you need a CMS (Content Management System)? Will you require digital marketing to help customers find your website? What platform should your site be built on? These are just a few questions that a bid specification and project scope should answer. We also offer consulting services, and we can help you create a bid specification if you’re not sure where to start.

Establish a project budget

Unlike most other products, there is no set cost for a website. Costs can vary from a few hundred to thousands of dollars depending on the features you need, so we recommend deciding on a budget ahead of time. If we know your budget and your needs, we can find a creative way to give you real functionality and value as well as paths to grow your site without having to start over.

Pick a reputable firm

A website is one of the most valuable and important marketing and sales tools available to a business. So don’t entrust your project to just anyone. Look for an established web firm with great Google reviews, client testimonials, and a staff with the ability to support your site and its marketing into the future.

We take pride in our work and we would be thrilled to help with your next website, digital marketing or design project.