When designing a website for yourself or for a client, it is important to have a set list of things that need to be done. It’s also helpful to have an order in which to do them. Thankfully, to help you accomplish this, there are a few checklists that are easy to follow and use. Below is a list of some of the essential checklists that will help you save some time.
When it comes to pleasing customers, there is no better way than to know exactly what they want and need from your services. This checklist leaves virtually nothing to chance and runs through everything you need to know from the start to finish.
For those who are designing a logo, it’s important to remember that it’s almost impossible for the customer to convey what they want the first time around. This checklist will help eliminate any issues that may arise from the start of the project.
This is a more in-depth look at logo design and will quite easily put your work a cut above the rest for your client, as well as making the whole process much smoother.
This is a great supplement to ensure that you’re delivering the highest quality work possible with your logo designs.
By using this step by step, very detailed checklist, you can ensure that your website will launch without too many issues slowing down the process. This is the perfect checklist to live by if you’re building a site for someone other than yourself.
It’s important to make sure that your site not only looks its best before the launch, but also that it is completely navigable. This checklist should help knock out any unknowns before you open it up to the public.
Even after you’ve checked your site over and over again, there is still going to be room for improvement. This quick checklist will help you eliminate any easy problems related to usability.
Here’s another comprehensive checklist that will allow you to be sure that your website is ready to be launched. Some of the points will seem redundant, but they are all things that are commonly overlooked, especially by those who build sites for a living.
This is obviously geared towards those who own a blog. This checklist will help you edit your posts to ensure that they will actually be read.
For those people who are trying to conform their site to a set of web standards, this is the perfect checklist that will encompass all of your needs.
For those who want to earn an income online, this is the ideal checklist. It will walk you through the process of designing a website in an easy to follow format, and will allow you to make sure that you’re doing everything you need to in order to succeed.
Offered by Moore Business Results, this checklist is geared towards those who know what they want, but need a little guidance and help to be sure they’re going about things the right way.
This checklist will run through all of the necessities of navigation on your website to ensure that you have everything setup for the end user to be able to use your site properly.
If you use forms, you need to go through this detailed checklist. It offers great advice for being able to allow your users to actually get through your forms and also offers you an in-depth perspective about how someone may view it on your site.
This is a checklist that offers fifty tips and tricks that will ultimately increase your site’s performance and decrease load times.
Pretty straight forward title. This list will help you to ensure that you are using the best possible design for your website, and help you see and evaluate problem areas. This is perfect for someone who does most of their own website work.
This checklist is designed to reduce the time that you have to spend going through CSS code in an attempt to find a problem. It does this by allowing you to find problem areas and fix them before they act up.
This is a fourteen-point checklist that will help you to design and maintain a properly functioning website. The idea is that you don’t make money if your website is down half the time, and because of variations in people and other computers that interact with your website, it is inevitable that it will go down without the right maintenance.
Though this isn’t a traditional checklist, there are a great number of tools available that allow the webmaster (you or someone you pay) on your site to take advantage of. It has been included here because of the advice and tools that you normally won’t see.
Here is a checklist that is vital to ensure the security of a time honored coding that comes with a terrible default setting.
Although many people consider Ruby and Ruby on Rails to be a superior language and framework, this doesn’t mean that it’s easy to master. Because doing well with Ruby and Ruby on Rails may require you to change your mentality about development, this checklist can help you ensure that you’re on the right track.
If you want to run a successful site, web marketing is a must. This checklist will allow you to see how you can improve your marketing skills, and help you to be more successful.
This is a great, down to Earth checklist for SEO purposes. This checklist will help you to be more concise with your SEO content, and allow you the most bang for your buck.
This is a great checklist that offers you a ton of useful information for improving your site design in many different ways. It’s long and very comprehensive, but most people will find it to be extremely useful.