Excited to Get Started? So are we but first please see below for the next steps and what is required to get your new website started.
Step 1) What do you need to get started?
Please provide your high-resolution logo. PDF, EPS or high res JPEG or PNG if possible.
DOMAIN / HOSTING CREDENTIALs
Your domain and hosting account providers, login and passwords.
Please provide your current websites login and password.
Images & Media
Current and/or new images and media you’d like to use on the new site.
Please provide your home page, about us and services page text.
The brand style guide, colors or any specific design requirements.
Step 2) The Taylor’D Online design process
Designing a website, no matter how big or
Layout and Design
We will work closely with your team to understand your website design style and preferred user experience. We do an in-depth client on boarding meeting to go over every detail of your website design project and design style.
Once the site layout and design
Edits and Revisions
Once the site is ready for final review, you’ll be able to review each page and we can make detailed edits until the site is revised completely. We ask that you please review ALL pages to make sure all spelling, grammar, addresses
Step 3) Website Goes Live
Once the site is ready to go live, all unnecessary plugins, pages, images and backend files will be removed. The new site will be backed up and saved locally, should it ever need
Your website logins and all credentials will be sent to you via basecamp or secure email insuring the security of your passwords. Though your logins and passwords will be saved by me locally, PLEASE SAVE ALL LOGINS FOR YOUR RECORDS AS WELL. Upon completion, you’ll receive a link to my “moving forward” page where you’ll receive tips and tricks on what to do with your new website and also information on our Maintenace/
Programs and Software We Use
Asana Project Management Software
Asana is an awesome online platform for communication and project management. We’ll be using this to send messages, share files and track progress during the process. This will help alleviate content and images being lost in long email threads. Everyone loves email threads…right?! (Don’t worry you can still use your email. The messages will post directly to Asana!) Once your project is underway, you’ll receive an email to set up your Asana basecamp profile and we’ll be off and running!
What is Asana: Click Here
Dropbox File Sharing Program
Dropbox is a great online image/file sharing platform. This isn’t necessary for every project, but if you have more than 15-20 images for your website or if they’re too big to send through email or post on Asana, we can use Dropbox. We can also use this to share important logins and credentials instead of sending through email. I will set up a folder for the project and will share the folder with you via email. You can upload all images and files there.
What is Dropbox: Click Here
Conceptboard Online White Board
Dropbox is a great online image/file sharing platform. This isn’t necessary for every project, but if you have more than 15-20 images for your website or if they’re too big to send through email or post on Asana, we can use
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Get In Touch!
There’s nothing we love more than the infinite possibility of a brand new project.
Let’s make something inspiring together.