3. Imagery
Scrolling through stock image sites like Unsplash is a great way of finding inspiration. Just type in some keywords relating to your product or industry and pick out a few images that you feel best represent your business.
 
Try picking images that use similar colours, as this is a subtle but effective way of creating a sense of brand consistency, especially if these colours are also incorporated into the design of the website.
 
Have these images ready to hand over to your website builder and not only will they love you for it, but they’ll be able to create a platform-friendly, tailored site that perfectly showcases your brand.
 
4. Copy
The next step is to decide how many pages your website is going to have. You may think you don’t need to do this until after it’s built, but the number of pages and style of content will influence the structure and overall design of the site. So it’s much better to have this ready beforehand, rather than have to waste time (and possibly money) later on tweaking and adapting the design to accommodate any changes.
 
5. Find Your Website Builder
Right, by now you should have a good idea of how you want your site to look, so now it’s time to find a website builder.
 
If you choose 29 Design as your website builder (and we really think you should), it’s important to remember that although we creative types are a clever lot, sadly we aren’t mind readers. So the more information you can give us, the better.
 
We love information! In fact, we can’t get enough of the stuff, because we know that the more information you can give us, the better the end result is going to be. You get a reliable, engaging and optimised website, and we get to bask in the warm glow of a job well done.
 
So get in touch, feed us with lots of information about your brand and then sit back and relax while we weave our digital magic and bring your vision to reality.