Websites take a lot of time to build but sometimes they simply just do not perform the way you wanted it to. Do not fret, you do not need to scrap your current existing website. Sometimes all it takes is a little help from the experts to revamp your website and fix the things that were not working before. Whether you DIY-ed your website or used a friend or agency to build your website, the web and best practices are ever changing and there is always room for updates, upgrades, and improvements.
Website Redesign Tips and Best Practices
Assess Your Existing Website
What is the current state of our website? Is it only 80% complete and still missing a lot of information and content? Is it done but just needs a few pages revamped? Is it done but needs a complete and full redesign? The current state of your exisiting website play a big role in what will need to be done to redesign and revamp your website or web page.
What is currently working? What is not working? What goals do you want to achieve?
Plan what you want your website to look like, get examples of websites or web pages that look like how you would like your website or web page to look. The more examples you can provide, the more likely your web page redesign will finish on time and look very close to what you are trying to achieve.
Another huge factor in the redesign process is assessing what your goals are for your website redesign and create a list of those goals. The goals may be aesthetic, based on how you want the website to look or it may be based on functionality or intended user experience. What actions do you want your website visitors or customers to take? Do you want them to subscribe to your newsletter, purchase a product, or share your brand on social media? Every website and brand or businesses’s goals will be different.
Desired User Flows
What do you want your website’s users to do? Do you simply want your users to read the content or do you want them to be moved to action? If so, what action do you want them do follow.
What do you want your website or web pages to focus on? What is the message you are trying to convey? What content will you be using to convey those messages?
Blue Print of Redesigned Website
Once you complete the aforementioned steps, you will have a very basic blueprint of the future state of your website, basically what you want it to look like and how it will function once your website redesign is complete.
Redesign the Website
Now that you have your Website or Web Page Redesign Blue Print, you are ready to redesign your website. RocketIvy offers flexible website web page redesign services. Are you not ready to redesign your whole website? No problem, redesign just one web page of your choice.