Regular readers of our blog will know that these kinds of questions are always trick questions – there just isn’t a set answer that would work for every client, and every project. Much depends on your needs for layout, content management, Internet marketing plan, custom programming, and so much more.
With that in mind, your next business website could take days, weeks, or even months.
With that being said, there are a few things to keep in mind when considering web design schedules:
New features often take a little more time. If you want a lot of custom work, complete rebuild, or other specialized options, a good business web design team is going to take some time to implement them.
The best web design teams work better, not faster. Sometimes, new clients think that spending a little more can get them the website they want faster. That’s occasionally true, but the reality is that great web design companies try to give you the best product, not the best completion time.
It’s important to agree upfront about the timing and process for your new business website. Most problems with business website timing have to do with the expectations that have been set. Make sure you and your creative team understand when you expect to launch, and you get certain guarantees in writing.
If you keep these three tips in mind, you shouldn’t have any problem getting the business website you need as quickly as possible. Just remember that the end result is a lot more important than a few extra days you are there.