7 Questions To Ask A Web Design Firm

August 22, 2013In Web1 Minutes
  1. Pricing – What Goes Into Their Pricing Structure?
    Ask for billable and unbillable hours, meetings, versions.
  2. Portfolio – Examples of Past Web Design Work
    If you do not see it. probably it doesn’t even exist.
  3. Coding – Ask for SEO Friendly & Responsive Web Design
    A well coded website with specific SEO elements is what you need.
  4. Reputation – Do They Have The Necessary Credentials?
    Check their LinkedIn, Facebook, Google+, and Twitter business pages.
  5. Copyrights – Who Owns The Work?
    Some firms will try to license a site to a customer instead of transferring ownership. Both models can work, but be sure you know what you are getting for your money.
  6. People – How Many People Will Work On Your Site?
    A bigger team has advantages over a smaller team and vice versa. Bigger teams may have faster turnaround times, but more issues with communication and getting the design correctly.
  7. Sustainability – Is The Firm Busy Enough To Sustain The Development?
    This may sound like an odd question, but a company with little work may be at risk of shutting down. In opposite, companies that take so many projects make a projects delays.

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