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Web Design and Development Buyers Guide
By: Alex Dubko
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    Getting Started: When developing a website for your business there are many important issues which need to be considered.I have made a list of recommendations about many of these issues so that you can evaluate your current project needs and how to prepare for them.  Your website is by far the most important aspect of your business marketing.  It is the face of your company which people from all across the world are going to see.  People base their opinion on your company based on the professionalism of your website.  If it looks cheap and amateur, people will simply think you have a poor business model and you arenít making enough money to afford a professional web presence.  But if your site looks incredible, your potential customers will feel comfortable with you and give you instant credibility.  Studies have shown that a companyís website design has more influence on a potential customer than the products, functionality or written content within the website. 

    Preparing Project Requirements

    To start preparing for your project, first you must create a project requirement document for your exact needs of your project.  It is extremely important to be as detailed as possible when creating these specs because the future of your project depends on it.  Many times the company or individual developing your website design or web application does not take the time to help you build a spec, especially if you donít pay them a consulting fee. 

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