Website Design Overwhelm Killer

Tameera Corporal

AUTHOR/PUBLIC SPEAKER

Lead Developer at Accufigures

 

How to Avoid Overwhelm When Building Your Website

 

Destroy website design overwhelm right now! When you’re building your website, you need to know:

 

-What pages to add to the website

-How you want your website to look

-What copy to write on those pages that our target audience cares about

-Which plugins to add in to make your website do awesome things

-If the code on your site is compatible with search engines -Does your website design look great on any device

Missed pages, and broken links are the tip of the iceberg in what can go wrong with your website design.  To learn more and how to fix it click here.

This is just the start of what you need to know.  I know website design can be overwhelming which makes it easy to put it off.  Don’t beat yourself up though, this happens to everyone and it can be avoided.  Here are a few tricks I use to avoid overwhelm and make sure I don’t miss anything and build complete website designs for my customers.

 

Website Design Overwhelm Killer Questions

As you answer these questions, you’re going to understand what your client is looking for.  Next, review your website and answer the following questions below.

 

What is the goal of this website?

What do you want it to accomplish?

Is it to get people to buy stuff? Introduce yourself to the community? Get people to join your club?

What pages do you need to add to your website to accomplish this goal?

What else do you need this website to do in addition to the features that come with the theme you have chosen?

Are all the pages from your list on your website?

Do you have all the functions you need to be successful added to your website?

Does your website help you accomplish your major goal? If not, how are you going to re-design your website to meet this goal?

 

Now that you’ve answered the questions, review your website and tweak each page to match your business goals. Taking a few moments to do this exercise will drastically reduce the confusion and destroy website design overwhelm.    I’ve created a checklist to help you design your new website by answering these questions and more.  Click the button below to get free access today.


About The Author

Tameera Corporal is a professional website designer, graphics creator, business administration trainer, and published author.  She loves to write code, articles, and books and is a lifetime professional development advocate. She is also a MBA and PMP.  She specializes in PHP, MEAN, jQuery, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, SCSS, and SQL.  She also utilizes Heroku, GitHub, Bootstrap, and other helpful apps in her builds.

Currently, she is actively working on building her web development and micro-training firm, Accufigures, Inc., located in Tampa, FL.  At Accufigures, we help small businesses turn their target audience into returning customers with customized website designs and graphics.  Visit her online at bit.ly/accufigures for more information.

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Tameera Corporal

AUTHOR/PUBLIC SPEAKER

Lead Developer at Accufigures

 

How to Avoid Overwhelm When Building Your Website

 

Destroy website design overwhelm right now! When you’re building your website, you need to know:

 

-What pages to add to the website

-How you want your website to look

-What copy to write on those pages that our target audience cares about

-Which plugins to add in to make your website do awesome things

-If the code on your site is compatible with search engines -Does your website design look great on any device

Missed pages, and broken links are the tip of the iceberg in what can go wrong with your website design.  To learn more and how to fix it click here.

This is just the start of what you need to know.  I know website design can be overwhelming which makes it easy to put it off.  Don’t beat yourself up though, this happens to everyone and it can be avoided.  Here are a few tricks I use to avoid overwhelm and make sure I don’t miss anything and build complete website designs for my customers.

 

Website Design Overwhelm Killer Questions

As you answer these questions, you’re going to understand what your client is looking for.  Next, review your website and answer the following questions below.

 

What is the goal of this website?

What do you want it to accomplish?

Is it to get people to buy stuff? Introduce yourself to the community? Get people to join your club?

What pages do you need to add to your website to accomplish this goal?

What else do you need this website to do in addition to the features that come with the theme you have chosen?

Are all the pages from your list on your website?

Do you have all the functions you need to be successful added to your website?

Does your website help you accomplish your major goal? If not, how are you going to re-design your website to meet this goal?

 

Now that you’ve answered the questions, review your website and tweak each page to match your business goals. Taking a few moments to do this exercise will drastically reduce the confusion and destroy website design overwhelm.    I’ve created a checklist to help you design your new website by answering these questions and more.  Click the button below to get free access today.


About The Author

Tameera Corporal is a professional website designer, graphics creator, business administration trainer, and published author.  She loves to write code, articles, and books and is a lifetime professional development advocate. She is also a MBA and PMP.  She specializes in PHP, MEAN, jQuery, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS3, SCSS, and SQL.  She also utilizes Heroku, GitHub, Bootstrap, and other helpful apps in her builds.

Currently, she is actively working on building her web development and micro-training firm, Accufigures, Inc., located in Tampa, FL.  At Accufigures, we help small businesses turn their target audience into returning customers with customized website designs and graphics.  Visit her online at bit.ly/accufigures for more information.

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My life experiences.  Coding is hard, but the end result is worth the struggle.

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Tameera Corporal

AUTHOR/PUBLIC SPEAKER

Lead Developer at Accufigures

 

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