Web Design Action Plan

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Web Design

What Can Huntington Hearst do for you?

Running a business is a significant responsibility and a lot of work. It’s your job to keep all your products and materials stocked. You also have to search for the new and trendy products your customers are looking for. Then you need to manage your employees, payroll, and profits.

On top of that, you have to keep your marketing up because you need to keep bringing in new customers. Simple business attrition will kill any business over time. Keeping new customers and clients coming in will prevent the “death by a thousand cuts”.

Let Huntington Hearst use our expertise in WordPress and Elementor to take some of the weight off your shoulders by designing your new website.

Curious how we can do that?
Check out our web design action plan below.

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Your Web Design Action Plan

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Step 1: Your Business Goals

We need to have a discussion about your business goals and requirements.

Step 1: Your Business Goals

What business are you in? Who are your best customers or clients? How do you serve them?

What are customers looking for when they visit your website? What kind of informational product would they value? How can you provide the most value on your website and keep people coming back for more?

The more we can understand you and your business, the faster we can build out your new site.

Step 2: Your Aesthetic

We need to understand your design aesthetic and examine any current design materials you have.

Step 2: Your Aesthetic

Unless you're rebranding, your new web design needs to look as close to your current marketing materials as possible. Design differences can be jarring and make people think they're dealing with 2 different companies. Confused customers don't spend money.

We need digital copies of your logo, personnel pictures, any product or service shots you have, and your current design colors.

Step 3: Plan Out Your Pages

Rule: 1 Page, 1 Offer, 1 Objective.

Keep each page simple to avoid confusing customers and increase engagement.

Step 3: Plan Out Your Pages

You offer multiple products or services so you want to let your customers know about each and every one. Each product or category needs its own page.

each page should also have a way to contact you or get more information. Which it has depends on the goals for that specific page. Sometimes it's a Contact Form. Other times an informational sheet works best. Match the contact method to the offer
for best results.

Step 4: Homepage Mockups

We create 3 basic mockups for your homepage. You choose the best one and we continue with that.

Step 4: Homepage Mockups

This stage is all about speed. Mockups are basic design layouts with generic text and images. They give you a feel for what the site will look like. It'll have your colors with generic images and text.

After you choose a design, we get started making your vision a reality. If there's something you like about Mockup 3 and want it on Mockup 1, we'll make that happen for you.

This is all about understanding your vision and building it.

Step 5: Homepage Creation

The homepage comes first because it sets the tone for the rest of your site.

Step 5: Homepage Creation

The homepage is the centerpiece of your website. It has to be right.
With your input, we'll create the right layout with the right fonts, colors, and info. Your site will be attractive and designed to bring in business.

After the homepage is solidified, we move on to the rest of the site including Product, Service, Contact, and About Us pages.

Step 6: Content Development

Your customers need to know how you can solve their problems.
Google needs to know what to rank you for.

Step 6: Content Development

Pictures and text work together to make an impact. Words make the point and images back them up.
Text is what tells your customers about what you sell. It's what Google uses to understand what your site is about. Your text must be compelling and convincing.

Don't duplicate content. Each of your pages needs its own content. None of them should have the same content. It's ok to have some overlap in idea or topic, but each page needs to have its own text written. As the subject expert, you can provide this content, or we can have it written for you.

Step 7: SEO

(Optional but Recommended)
SEO, especially Local SEO, is how your site ranks higher in Google.

Step 7: SEO

Pictures and text work together to make an impact. Words make the point and images back them up.
Text is what tells your customers about what you sell. It's what Google uses to understand what your site is about. Your text must be compelling and convincing.

Don't duplicate content. Each of your pages needs its own content. None of them should have the same content. It's ok to have some overlap in idea or topic, but each page needs to have its own text written. As the subject expert, you can provide this content, or we can have it written for you.

Like the action plan?

We're ready to help you grow your business.

Bringing you the new customers your business needs to grow.

When you’re ready to get started, schedule an appointment on the Contact Page or call Huntington Hearst at 909-507-6043.

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Are you Ready?

Huntington Hearst Is Ready for you

Your website isn’t a toy or game. It’s your public face. Your website is often the first thing a potential customer sees about you. Your website needs to make a winning first impression.

Does your current site do that?

When you’re ready to get a new website, you need a company with experience in web design to make that happen smoothly.

Tim Biden has been working with WordPress since 2006 and Elementor since 2019. Creating WordPress websites is what he does for fun. Yes, Tim’s been told that he needs a hobby. Maybe after your site is completed.

Laptop on a desk showing the baduglygood.com website.

The picture on the right is a website Tim designed for his friend Bill Ripley. It’s for the book Bill co-wrote with James E. Sullivan, whose life was redeemed while in solitary confinement in Eastham Unit, which has been called “America’s Toughest Prison”.