Hitting her across the head like a sack of potatoes, Susan finally realized her company was overdue for a website. Naturally her first course of action was to find the cheapest designer in her local area. Without asking for any credentials, portfolio examples, or referrals; she hastily handed over a check to a young, eager computer guru. She was convinced that her expectations of having a beautiful website and tons of exposure were inevitable.
WordPress is a content management system. This means it is designed to be extremely easy to update. Even if it was produced by a website designer you could easily update the pages yourself.
Make a career change. There are businesses that are struggling in this economy, but there are businesses that are thriving. There are certain industries that are always going to be around or aren’t as heavily affected by the economy. Health care is one of these fields. People are always going to need health care. Admission rates at universities and colleges around the country are up. More students means more of a demand for teachers. At this point, maybe you should consider switching fields. Earn your certification in something health-related or use your experience, knowledge and expertise to teach others. These are but two industry examples. The point is maybe now is the time to make a change.
Pre-made HTML saves much of your budget. There are free logo created by graphicdesigner2b you can automatically download to your convenience. There are premium templates with prices ranging from affordable to bit expensive. If it is just simple design you are after, you wouldn’t spend as much as hiring a new programmer.
PHOTOS & IMAGES need to be a good size to be seen on the website, and also need to be as *light* as possible in weight – 20-100kb is general rule of thumb. You can learn online how to make images and photos ready for the web.
Your website design quote should make it clear how many designs you get, how many revisions you are allowed within the cost and the likely timescale between each revision.
10)Requiring registration to use your site just because your marketing team said to do it. Users are used to free stuff, and let’s face it they have loads of options. If what you’re web design is offering isn’t really valuable they don’t have to register for your site, they’ll just find it somewhere else. And one other thing never subscribes the user without their consent, don’t subscribe them to your newsletters just because they registered, and never send them unsolicited e-mail messages. This is not a way to make friends; it’s a sure way to make enemies.