If you are reading this article, you have probably already decided and you are clear that you need a web page, for your project, business or for yourself all phone number. So I’m going to skip all the paraphernalia of why a website is important to your business and I’m going to focus on something that is sometimes not taken into account. What does the web designer need to make my web page? I mean, what are you going to ask me? Do I have to text you? Photos? Videos? Do I have to explain how I want the website?
In short, in this article we are going to try to summarize all those things, that the web design agency or the professional you hire is going to ask you to send them (at least), to start designing and developing the website of your project, business , etc. Regardless of whether your website is going to be developed in WordPress, Prestashop, Joomla or in pure custom HTML code.
What does the web designer need to make my web page
The corporate image of your company
The first thing that any designer needs to press the first key and start your project, is to know the image of your company or your project. That is, the design-level bases on which the web page is going to be based. A website is nothing more than a part of your business or project, and as such it should respect the design and image line that you have previously decided with a creative or graphic designer.
Be careful on this issue, because a web designer should not be the person to mark that line, but this work should be done by a creative agency that understands and studies your project and prepares a corporate image perfectly adapted to you. And then, it will be the web page that adapts to that image.
In this sense, we will need:
Project logo in vector format. (Sometimes as we have no choice, we also accept the logo in PNG, that is, with a transparent background.)
Definition and corporate color palette.
Corporate fonts if any or typographic line.
Manual of use of the corporate image, if any, to know how to use and how not to use the image of the company.
Look & feel, of the project. This is not usually done by many people, but it basically defines the image in general terms that the company must convey. socialposts