Q. What should
you look for in a web designer/developer?
A. When shopping for a web designer/developer to create
your site, it's essential to look at examples of the
designer's work. Does the designer's style appeal
to you? Is the style benefiting of the message to
be conveyed? Are the sites easy to navigate? Do they
load quickly? Are they accessible to all? Does the
developer possess the programming skills you require?
And don't forget the detailsare there broken
links, grammatical errors, or misspelled words which
undermine your professionalism?
Q. What happens
after I request a quote?
A. Once Setisbew receives
your bid request, you will be contacted for an initial
consultation. There is no charge for this meeting
which can take place face-to-face, over the phone,
or through e-mail correspondence. During the consultation,
key issues such as your purpose, your message, the
approach, and the ambiance of your website are discussed.
Once the criteria are established, setisbew
will prepare a proposal restating your specifications,
outlining a course of action, and providing pricing
and completion details.
Q. But what
if I don't know anything about websites or even what
A. Don't worry if you're not yet sure what you wantSetisbew
specializes in working with the uninitiated. We'll
help you identify your needs, offer solutions, and
explain the entire website development process to
you from beginning to end in terms you can understand.
Q. What should
I do to get ready for the first consultation?
A. Here are some suggestions for preparing for your
Find examples of websites you like and note the addresses
Identify your audience
Define your objectives
Think about the site organization
Provide existing tagline, logo, or artwork
Generate possible domain names (web addresses)
Consider the color scheme for your site