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Pro Website Creators Web Design Process – Customer Requirements

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Hello, this is Dave Braun from Pro Website Creators. I'm going to talk to you about the customer requirements.

So you can see here, the overall phases that we have in our web development process, we're going to go into the details here and the customer requirements. So it really starts with a requirements form that you would fill out or a phone call. What we do is we ask you a lot of different questions to figure out what is your desire. Some of the questions might be, what do you hope to accomplish with the site? What is your main goal? How are you going to get traffic to the site? Do you want a membership site? Do you want it to be more of a lead capture site? Do you want to be commerce, et cetera. So we ask you a lot of questions to get to what you prefer and what you want for your project.

Then what we do is we do a pre-proposal for you, and it takes us a while to do a formal proposal because we make it very comprehensive. And so we do something that we call it pre-proposal, which is a high level overview of the entire project that you want to do. Then we also agree on approximate price at that point. And then if we're good from there, then we go ahead and we will do a formal proposal. Then that has more details in it and it gives you the opportunity to pay as well. And then you will sign the contract with us and then you'll do your first payment. Now that payment could depend upon how much that is obviously it will depend upon how much the site's going to cost, but it'll also depend upon if we have it in multiple phases, if we do it on a monthly basis, et cetera. All right. So that's the customer requirements. In the next video, we'll talk about the architecture and the design concept.

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