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By Matt Gates on 18/03/16 | Category - Web Design

Quality is at the heart of everything we do here at Phuse Media, which is why we take the web design brief phase of your project very seriously. Not only does a good brief help us to plan and deliver your project on time and to your exact specification, but it also ensures you get the best return on your investment in digital marketing.

One of the most common problems our customers face is that they don’t always know what they want, especially if they have never used web design services before. That’s where our expertise comes in and we are always on hand to offer advice and expertise.

It’s really important that this stage of the project is handled in the right way, and so we thought we’d put together some of the key criteria we discuss when devising a design brief with our clients. Of course, these guidelines isn’t set in stone and we offer a complete bespoke service tailored to your exact requirements.

How to write a good web design brief

Let’s talk money

Before we work through your brief with you, it’s good for us to get an idea of the budget you have in mind. We offer a number of fixed price packages, but we also offer bespoke web design services too. By discussing your needs and goals, we can help you to choose the best solution to suit your needs and your budget so that you get an outstanding website for a price you can afford. We’re always open and honest about our pricing and we think you will be delighted with the quote we give you.

It’s all about the user experience

Your website is often the first interaction your potential customers will have with your brand. When it’s so important to make a first impression you need to ensure your website gives your users the best experience. Very often, a client will build a website to suit their needs, but how often do they visit or use their own website? Hardly ever. Instead, try putting yourself in the shoes of your potential visitors and imagining what they expect to gain from your website.

Here are just some of the ways you can ensure a pleasant and worthwhile user experience:

  • Impressive visuals and clear branding
  • Easy and intuitive navigation
  • Engaging content
  • Quick and secure check out
  • Beautifully presented products and clear services
  • Direct and honest sales messages and call to action buttons
  • Clear ways to get in touch

These are just some of the ways you can enhance the user experience, and we can give you all the advice and support you need to ensure your website is a success. Take a look at our Web Design Portfolio to see what we can do for you.

Seen something you like?

If you’ve been blown away by somebody’s website or have a clear idea in mind, tell us! This is music to our ears and gives us a clear understanding of what you are hoping to achieve with your website. You can also take a look at our portfolio to see what we can do for you on a bespoke level, and we have a large selection of templates that we can also show you for inspiration.

Do it yourself or hand over the reins?

When it comes to updating content or functionality of your website, think about how you would like to arrange this. Would you like to update your website yourself, or hand the reins over to us? If you’d rather focus on your core business and let us handle your website updates we would be delighted to assist.

Time constraints

An important part of your brief relates to timings. Whether you need your existing website revamped or you have a new product that you need to promote, we will work closely with you to ensure timely delivery. We’ll always be clear on when milestones will be delivered and we’ll keep you informed every step of the way.

Getting it right first time

The main purpose of a good website design brief is that everybody knows where they stand. We get to understand your requirements, and you get peace of mind that we understand your requirements. Getting everything down on paper and signed off covers everybody’s corner and ensures your project is delivered on time, on budget and on specification.

Ready to get started? So are we! Get in touch with our friendly and helpful team now to tell us what you have in mind or to tap into our expertise for inspiration.

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