Website Design is more than how your site looks—it’s also how it functions and tells your story. This is called User Experience (UX) of your site. Does your site provide the information your users are looking for? Is the information laid out in a clear and easy-to-understand way? Does it properly convey your brand’s messaging and encourage trust from your visitors? All of these factors are just as important as the size and color of your headlines (though we’ve been known to obsess over those, too).
Website Design for Any Industry
The design team at Web Talent Marketing has worked on projects for small companies, mid-sized companies, and Fortune 500 companies across hundreds of industries. Regardless of the scope or budget, we will always take the time to understand each business and design a solution around their specific needs. We stay informed on industry design trends and work to deliver modern, responsive sites that will last for years.
The Website Design Process
- Designing a website with a client is a team effort, and throughout our full Website Design Process, we try to make it as easy as possible for you. Before any designs are made, we analyze your current site and create a sitemap that lays out the page order for your new site. This helps us categorize and prioritize the information on your site, while learning more about your business and brand.
- After the sitemap is final, we create wireframes for the different page templates needed on your site. Think of a wireframe as the blueprint for your site. It will be used to plan out the overall message and experience for your users. This helps us determine which sections will display on each page template, what length of text is required for each section, and the size and type of images we will need. During this time, you and your team will work with us to create content that will fill these pages.
- Once content is created, the design of your site can begin. There should be no huge surprises when you see the first draft of your new design—it will largely fit with the desired theme and branding discussed in the Sitemap and Discovery phase, and it will be laid out to convey the message that was determined in the wireframe creation. Still, Web Talent Marketing includes two complete revision cycles, which we find is sufficient to reach a final product that everyone is happy with.
If you’d like to talk about how we can help on your next website design or UX project, start a conversation with us today.