When designing your website, it’s common to focus on the fine details. But sometimes the big picture gets lost along the way. You miss the web forest for the trees.
When you fail to focus on the big picture, you may not achieve your website’s main purpose. You may end up wasting hours of expensive web development time on a site that proves ineffective and confusing. To guard against this, consider taking a 10,000 foot perspective of your website.
Think about these questions:
-Who is my intended audience? What languages do they speak? What cities are they from?
-What is my website’s main call-to-action? What do I want my audience to do?
-What message do I want to convey? How do I want to illustrate it? By video, podcast, or written text?
-Who will manage the website? How many hours per week will it take to manage the site’s content?
By asking questions like these, you will ensure your website stays on the right track. If you need help with thinking about your website’s big picture, Tricom is happy to provide professional consulting. To get started, ask for your free quote today.