Tips for Taking the Plunge and Redesigning Your Website

by Michelle Salater on March 2, 2011

Breaking news for the Sumèr, LLC, team! We will be launching our new Sumèr website in just a few weeks and are extremely excited to receive your feedback. We decided to redesign the Sumèr website in order to stay in line with our brand image and help our site visitors navigate quickly and easily through our website. We’ve also added new surprises throughout our website to help visitors extract valuable information during their visit to our site.

BlueKey, the web designers who are currently revamping the Sumèr website, have done such an amazing job walking us through the website design process and helping us to create a website that speaks directly to our target audience that we came up with some tips to help you find a design firm that is perfect for your business.

Below are three blog posts to direct you through the website redesign process, the stress-free way, and understand what questions to ask your web designers:

POST 1: Breaking Down the Process of Revamping a Website

Since we’re always looking for new ways to enhance our customers’ experiences online, create efficient channels for interaction, integrate our online communication platforms, and stay current with our evolving brand image, we’ve decided that it’s time for a website makeover. What better way to ring in the New Year?

Once we made the decision to change our website, we knew exactly whom to approach to get the task done right. BlueKey, a Charleston SC web design and Internet marketing firm, is now helping us to accurately translate our brand image into effective website design.

>>Click here to see a few questions BlueKey asked us when we were deciding the purpose of our website. Ask yourself the following questions to find the direction of your site.

POST 2: Don’t Ignore the Telltale Signs of a Bad Web Design Company

Determining which web designer to choose to revamp your website is a big decision. A variety of factors are influenced by this decision, including the success of your business, your finances, and your industry reputation. Be cautious and observant when interviewing possible web designers—many times, the most detrimental red flags are the subliminal ones.

>>Click here to see what red flags to look for when choosing a web design firm.

POST 3: What to Consider When Choose a Web Designer

Hiring a web design firm to redesign your business website is a big decision. You want to be sure that the company is a good fit for you and can accommodate your needs in a manner that best suits you.

>>Click here for 4 things to consider when hiring a web designer or web design firm.

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