Web developers are experienced professionals that are an equal part of the web design process. In order for Abuzz Creative to create the best website to showcase a business, we rely on our client for information and content.
Educating clients before the project starts is the best way to create a good working relationship and to get a website project completed in a timely fashion.
Basic Client Responsibilities for a Website Project
- Provide a timeline and date for the new website to go live.
- Deliver all content needed such as logo, photos, and page text.
- Client confirms and assures they have rights to use all images provided.
- Client provides feedback to web designer in a timely fashion.
Digital Elements: In order for us to create the brand design for a website, the client needs to provide digital elements such as logos, photos, graphics, and ads. The better quality the file provided, the better the website will appear. The client must have rights to use all graphics provided.
Written Content: The words on a website are ultimately the client’s responsibility. A web designer will help organize and optimize the content, but the client has some work to do in regard to writing and providing quality content for their own website.
Tell us Your Schedule: An unresponsive client can delay a project significantly (i.e Spring Break, Summer Vacation). If we don’t hear from a client, their project gets moved to the back burner and we move on to another project. In order for us to stay in business, we need to keep working – and billing! We want to help our client get their website online in a timely fashion so we ask for notice when they will be away and, more importantly, when they plan to return.
At Abuzz Creative, our goal is to stick to our client’s chosen timeline. When the client provides content and feedback in a timely fashion, they can start using their new website for marketing sooner than later!