How to properly explain your ideas to web developers Sydney
When you have no idea on how to do it
There are many clients who tend to have the least idea on how to explain their website idea to web developers Sydney.
When this happens, this may result in a failure of delivering a good website to clients. So a good efficient website is not just the developer’s responsibility but also the clients’.
Clients are often surprised or unprepared when developers ask them several questions about the website business. It’s either they have little idea or none at all. This post is not only for the clients to know what to answer and how to prepare themselves for the developers but also for the developers to easily manage what they can do or offer to the clients.
When we say business website idea, it means you really have something that’s a game changer. Here are ways to prepare yourself for the client before you meet a developer, get a quotation and decide which company to choose.
An in-depth explanation of your business
Whenever you try to explain your business idea to a developer, imagine yourself as if you are explaining it to a potential investor.
- Give the background of the business in the simplest way
- Explain what does it do, how it works, who will use it, and why will they use it
- What type of people will benefit from it?
- Who is your target audience; age and gender?
- What is their income bracket?
Make sure you can explain this without completely being transparent about your business idea.
What happens and how it works?
Now that you’ve explained your ideas to web developers Sydney, it’s time to explain what happens on the website and how it should work. It’s time to tell them what can the visitors or subscribers do on your website. Will it be a free account or paid subscription? Will there be a blog or forum? And the likes. Make sure to specify what will happen on the website itself.
What does a profile look like?
For example, your website is a dating website, so it needs a profile. After becoming a member, whether it’s paid the subscription or not, developers need to have an outline of what the profile will look like. As the client, you can research or look at your competitor’s website to have an idea or outline of what you want your website to be. What information can be shown to the public and what can only be seen by registered members?
Now that a profile has been established, explain to developers how members will interact with each other.
- Do members have their own inbox or email?
- Can they post on a member’s dashboard?
- Is there an instant chat feature?
So there we have it. For clients, being prepared to answer these questions to web developers Sydney can make the quotation better and clearer. Remember that hiring developers is like having a partner so be as clear as possible.
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