Everyone loves a fresh start, whether it consists of redecorating your home or redesigning your website. A website redesign can be a huge success or could fail terribly. That’s why it’s so important that your new website produces phenomenal results, such as enhance business opportunities and improve user experience. This is a two part series that deals with steps to redesign your website.
Before you redesign your website, you’ll need to develop a website plan that implements the best modern website design practices. The best way to create a website plan is by dividing it into stages. The first two stages make up the planning stages, while the next five stages concern the actual design of the site.
Stage 1: Forming a Strategy
Stage 2: Creating a Website Plan
Once your website redesign plan is in place you can begin to focus on implementing, building, optimizing and launching a modern website design.
Stage 3: Implementing a Modern Website Design
Stage 4: Building Your Website
Stage 5: Optimizing Your Website
Stage 6: Launching Your Website
Stage 7: Analyzing Your New Website Design
Website Redesign Case Studies
Want to learn more about what we do at Stevens & Tate? Below are some case studies of clients we have worked with.
Using New Media to Grow a Historic Celebration
Branding a Century Old Company for the Future
Creation of an Event Brand
Helpful Resources for Your Website Redesign
As you make your way through the website redesign process, it can be helpful to take a look at a variety of case studies and resources to ensure that you implement the best possible SEO and web design practices. The following are a handful of website redesign case studies and resources that we recommend you check out.
Signs You Need A Website Redesign
Website Redesign Tips
Website Redesign Checklist
Developing Your Website Redesign Plan
Components Of Web Design That Will Modernize Your Website
The Advantages of Growth Driven Website Redesign
Helpful resources for your website redesign
Gain a higher level of understanding about key industry trends, technology, consumer behaviors, media, and more. Here are just three of our many resources. For more resources, click here.
25 Website “Must Haves” For Driving Traffic, Leads & Sales
Search Engine Optimization Techniques
17 SEO Myths You Should Leave Behind