Usually, our clients will have a clear idea of what they require before approaching us to quote on building them a new website. To help us understand this, they give us a web design requirement specification.
A web design brief is simply a written document that outlines all the things you want our web designers to know you need in your website. It needs to answer all the essential questions your web designer will ask.
Generally, a simple web design requirement specification will include:
- The time frame for each deliverable
- Mission-critical requirements
- Ideal inclusions
- Technical requirements
- Reference websites
- Primary points of contact
Preparing a document like this is a great way to help fast-track these early stages of your web design project. It allows our web design team to understand how long they have to deliver the website.
We also learn what your website needs to do and how much your company can afford to invest in the new website.
Once we’re clear on these details, we’ll be able to provide an indicative web design estimate along with a range of implementation strategies, optional inclusion costs, and a staged rollout plan.