Website Design Company
If you need a website re-design it is important to understand why you and your website are obsolete, and what would be needed to bring it up to date.
1. Why need a major website revamp?
Revamps give you the opportunity to make the most of the technology you have, and make the most of your site. If you have a website using Flash, and you require a major revamp to drive higher rankings on Google, then the revamp must be based on a combination of search engine optimization and a brand new design.
2. What have you got left on your website which you can bring up to date?
Your website may have plenty on its plate already and still require a revamp. Perhaps the look of your website (perhaps you should think of using a simple, modern design to attract a younger demographic) or perhaps you may still require more SEO work to bring your website up to date.
There is no reason why your site can’t get better results.
3. What should you include?
When considering your next major website revamp, start thinking of what you have left on your site which isn’t working, and what you have got which you can bring up to date.
Are you giving more than sufficient information to your customers? Does your website feature unnecessary Flash content which does nothing for your business, or is it over using content for its own sake? If you’re not sure how much Flash content you want, talk to a professional website design company, they will be more than happy to advise you.
4. How much do you want a revamp?
The idea here is to make sure your next major website revamp isn’t just a cosmetic change. A major website revamp shouldn’t be just another paint job, it should improve you and your business on the internet. Make sure you get it right by basing it on a solid foundation which includes a search engine friendly design, and SEO work on it.
5. What are you going to include in it?
A major website revamp is a complex procedure, and there is a lot to it. You don’t want to rush it, and you certainly don’t want to leave your team behind. So make sure you have everything in place before committing.
* Ensure you have a proper strategic owner of your website:
Make sure that your strategic owner is involved in the process, even if they don’t own their website outright. As the strategic owner of your website, they should be the one to decide what to do on the website. This way you can ensure they’ll be involved in revamping, and that they will be satisfied with the results.