In a recent survey of more than 6,000 companies, 57% of respondents said they planned to redesign their website this year. More and more companies are making their websites a priority budget item, hoping to generate more business from their digital marketing efforts.

But a redesign isn’t an easy process. It takes time, planning, and more specifically, asking the right questions. You also need to carefully craft the scope of work to prevent project overruns and redesigns that seemingly never end.

With these questions, you can begin to determine the scope and budget. This is only a starting point to help us develop you the right recommendations for your website design.

We want to get to know your requirements so that we can offer you design strategies that deliver real business results.

Email address *
Current Website URL *
What is your estimated budget for this redesign? *
What is your deadline for the launch of the redesigned website? Note: Most website redesigns require at least 8-12 weeks from project kick off. *
Why do you want a new website? What frustrations do you have with your current site? *
Approximately, how many pages will your new website have? *
Will you need hosting? Where is your current website hosted? *
Will you need an SSL certification for the site? *
Will you need content creation support? *
Will you need the ability to make changes to your website’s home page? *
Will you need the ability to create landing pages and site pages without the help of a developer? *
Will you need the ability to personalize the content on your website so the content is targeted and relevant to different types of visitors? *
Do you have a strong preference as to what content management system (CMS) is used? *
Current CMS: *
Do you sell anything online? Will you need e-commerce functionality? *
Who are your three biggest competitors? *
Do you have established buyer personas? *
Do you use a marketing automation platform? Which platform? *
Do you need to integrate your CRM into website? *
What are your goals for the new website? *
Will you need ongoing support for updates and maintenance? *
Do you have a list of keywords for the website? *
Will you need an existing blog migrated to the new website? *
Is there any other specific functionality your site will need? *
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