A web design company must first make sure that they understand the client's website requirements before they begin to think about designing a website.
As soon as the information is gathered, we need to put the website requirements into a more concise format, so that our web design, development and digital marketing teams understand what needs to be done. This web requirements document, or website plan, will form the basis of the web design project so that both parties are clear about all sort of explanation.
1. Website requirements gathering
Typically, the process will start with a face to face meeting or a phone call or an official e-mail between the web design agency and the potential client. Points to be discussed in this meeting can be What does the company do, who are the typical clients, list of main competitors, when will the website need to be launched by and so on.
2. Identifying User Requirements
The identification of user requirements can be implemented as a tool to determine and evaluate the quality of a website and whether initial goals and strategies have been met. Identifying user requirements benefits such as savings can be enjoyed by clients and costs for development can be approximated.
The web company should outline any potential features to make your website stand out in the website requirements document. There is a need to define, document, and describe the requirements of the end-user of any website. It should also be taken into consideration that needs and requirements change over time and a website must be initially designed to accommodate these changes through updates and further additions.