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Answers to some of your frequently asked questions
I want a website, what do I need to supply you with?
In order to begin designing your site, I require the following from you:
- Completed Web Design Brief
- 50% deposit
- All written content (please ensure this is spell-checked & grammatically correct)
- All images in high resolution via dropbox
- Access to your hosting service account
PLEASE NOTE: If you don’t have a domain (URL) or a hosting contract yet, please let me know so that I can help you set them up.
How quickly can my site be built?
What if I have a specific layout in mind?
What if I have don't know what I want my site to look like?
What is Image Resolution?
I need your images in high-res so that I can edit them beautifully and then optimise them for the web correctly.
If you are uploading images to the web yourself, you must optimise them at 72dpi and aim for a weight of under 100kb per image. This is important in order to ensure your pages load quickly and so you don’t run out of space on your hosting account.
Most images on your site can be cropped / resized to 800px x 600 px and should always be under 100kb in size / weight.
How many revert stages will I be allowed?
Total number of revert stages allowed is TWO
Can't you design my site first and then add my content?
Reverse engineering a site in this manner is counterproductive and will result in a poorly designed site.
I need all your content upfront so I can design a site that shows off your product/service in the best way possible.
Do I have to complete a design brief?
Asking a designer to design you a lovely site that does XYZ without supplying some guidance as to what you like/dislike is like sending me to the library and asking me to select a “good book” for you.
What's the difference between working with a Freelancer and an Agency?
Freelancers focus on one client at a time, so you will be the centre of their universe for the duration of your project. They have fewer overheads and more specialised skills