Your Website Checklist
Getting Started with your Website Project
Welcome, we're very happy to have you on board!
Here's an easy step-by-step guide of what you need to do.
Please note you may find these easier to use on a desktop, not a mobile phone.
Check out the Website Design Timeline
This will give you an idea of how things will happen and what to expect.
Complete your Contact info
This form collects your business contact information for domain name registration as well as for our billing purposes.
Fill in the Tech Bits form
This form will collect information such as asking what domain name you would like, or finding out if you already have one.
If you need more help figuring out domain names and email addresses, read this article first
If we don't already know each other, then tell us about yourself and get to know us too using this page. It really helps with your website if we understand your personality and know where you've come from, and what your goals are! Most of our clients stay with us for years, so it's lovely to know who you are.
This doesn't go on the website, and you can skip this section if you're short on time.
Take the Fonts Quiz
This quick quiz will help establish your taste in fonts.
If you already have a brand font, please skip this step.
Fill in the Website Content Form
We need this to get started.
We will be asking you for everything you want on your website - which includes text, images, reviews, social media links, and more.
This is a much longer form so take your time.
Send us your Images for your website.
Please send us images for your website. Click the button below.
You may want to source some images online. There are both free and paid libraries you can use. How do I get images and what are the copyright restrictions? Read this article for more information.
We will proceed with your website whether or not you send this to us, but you should read up on whether you think you should write one.
You should also consider an Accessibility statement. Read more here.
Learn about SEO (search engine optimisation).
Once your website is live, it'll be your job to do the marketing to make sure people see it. Part of your job will be understanding how to get your website to climb in Google.
We'll do a certain amount our end, but most of it will be down to your efforts such as blogging, social media, review gathering & more.
If you understand how it works, you'll be better placed to do a good job of your marketing.