Website Design: Visualizing the Plan

If you have any ideas about your website, whether that be for graphics or content layout, grab a notebook and jot down your thoughts and ideas. Keep everything you write in the notebook for later discussion. The only bad ideas are the ones you threw away and forgot about.

Núna is a full-service provider. We work with all types and sizes of clients. No job is too large or too small. Núna is able to help with:

  • Define your target audiences
  • Set goals and objectives
  • Create a sitemap
  • Request an estimate
  • Set a budget
  • Define roles and responsibilities

Design Shows What is Possible

Professionalism for all businesses, large and small

For many clients, their website is the face of their products or services, and often the first glimpse at their brand offering. It can also be a launchpad, propelling users into their story and why users should choose them.

This message needs to be delivered clearly to create interest and establish credibility that you are the right partner to help clients achieve their business goals. A proper understanding of those business goals is an essential part of Núna’s process. Without a thorough understanding of a client’s goals, we would just be wasting your time and money.

This message needs to be delivered clearly to create interest and establish credibility that you are the right partner to help clients achieve their business goals. A proper understanding of those business goals is an essential part of Núna’s process. Without a thorough understanding of a client’s goals, we would just be wasting your time and money.

Start Sketching

Writing down your notes on paper is the most efficient way when it comes to any activity that involves brainstorming. Take some time and start sketching any idea that comes to mind. You don’t have to know how to draw. Start with a circle, then let your ideas flow naturally. Whether you're at work, or having dinner, a creative idea can pop. Write it down.

Online Research

Create a bookmark folder with the project’s name in your web browser. Start researching and then save anything you deem relevant. Don't forget to search for other websites in the same business. Make note of your most—or least—favorite things about these sites. The look, layout, colors, etc. Anything that gives you ideas and inspiration should be captured.

Wireframes

Wireframes are the blueprint of your website, and gives your website a visual structure. Wireframes tend to look very basic—and they should—since they are all about showing where things will go, not how things will look.