The decision to hire a web design agency is something that might put business owners on the edge for fear of getting abysmal results. In reality, most fears on both sides – both the web designers and the clients – would be unfounded once good communication is established. Here are the three things your web designer should tell you:
- How much will it cost?
Like any sensible business owner, you’ve already got your eyes on the price tag. The agency shouldn’t have to keep it a secret. They should tell you upfront how the job will cost and in full detail.
- When will it be done?
Judging by your needs, a web designer should be able to predict how long it would take. If you are running on a strict deadline, they should be able to adjust to it.
- Who am I going to be working with?
Ideally, you should work closely with the web designer so that when the need arises, you can tell them of any particular request and give them feedback. You should get to know who would be in charge of your project and the best way to contact that person.
Once you cover all these bases, you eliminate any doubts you might have about the project as you are essentially a part of it.