do I choose a web designer?
you are in the market for a new website, one of the first things
you'll need to do is hire a web designer (like www.eNicola.com).
As in any field, there are good web designers and bad web designers.
It's of utmost importance that you can determine which is which.
Because designers and design studios vary greatly in price,
quality and services provided, it can be an overwhelming prospect
to find one that fits your needs.
Look at designers that have a website portfolio, make sure
they have already built plenty of websites and show them
in the portfolio. eNicola.com has
been building websites since 1997, you can view eNicola.com's
online portfolio here.
Ask how long the designer has been in business and if possible,
ask for references. Talking with past clients is a great
way to find out more about the designer. Were they readily
accessible? Flexible? Receptive to their ideas? Did they
get the type of website they'd hoped for? eNicola.com
has been building websites since 1997, additionally, If
you would like to view eNicola.com's references they are
available online here.
should never choose a designer based on price alone.
Remember, it's not just about getting a website-- you'll
need a website that will actually perform. That old adage
really is true-- you often get exactly what you pay for.
Typically, designers who are extremely inexpensive lack
experience, so they won't have a grasp of good web design
techniques such as meta tag building, code enhancing, keyword
rich content, layouts that are 'search engine' friendly
and so on. There are many details to building a good website
and this includes behind the scene code as well as the visual
layout of the page. eNicola.com homepage
has been tested to be W3 HTML 4.01 Compliant and the keyword
density and meta tags have been optimized on the site for
search engines. feel free to test the page.
it in writing.
Make sure the design company you chooses clearly outlines
the work to be performed, their pricing structure, an agreed-upon
deadline, and their terms of service, all before you begin
the project. A contract protects both you and the web designer--
it will clearly define what you are paying for and what
the designer is expected to do. eNicola.com
always provides a professional project overview along with
customized quote and agreement before beginning a project.
an experienced web designer, www.eNicola.com!