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There’s a lot of work that goes into designing a website and it’s what you don’t see that is probably the most important. This session will cover the important steps to designing an effective ...

There’s a lot of work that goes into designing a website and it’s what you don’t see that is probably the most important. This session will cover the important steps to designing an effective website that truly solves client’s problems. A must hear for freelance designers, professional designers, and anyone that wants to put web strategy on their LinkedIn Profile.

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    • More than a Pretty Comp
    • Andrew Searles andysearles.com @acsearles dribbble.com/acsearles slideshare.net/acsearles
    • Design is not Art Design is not MagicNinja designed by John O’Shea from The Noun Project. Mustache designed by Bryn Mackenzie from The Noun Project
    • Designers Solves Problems
    • Designers Think Critically
    • Designers Produce Results
    • Don’t Start Here
    • 1 Goals Goals = Problems (stated in a positive light) Make ‘em Measureable Make ‘em Specific 71 2 3 4 5 6 8
    • Increase Referrals from General PractitionersEfficiently in New Patient Onboarding Process Rebranding for the new Name
    • Increase Qualified Leads Through a “Request a Quote” Form Increase Brand Awareness
    • 2 Define Your Audience
    • 2 What do you want? $
    • USERS CALLS-TO-ACTIONNew Patients/Caregivers Forms and Paperwork Referring Physicians Who is My Doctor Current Patients Refer a Patient
    • USERS CALLS-TO-ACTIONContactors/Sub-Contactors Request a Quote Business Owners Sports Complexes Home Owners
    • 3 Structure Content Types Site Map User Flows
    • Pencil designed by John Caserta from The Noun Project
    • You Have Options
    • (Take it to the Web) Personal Note
    • Audience Site Map 1 2 3 4Goals Calls to Action
    • Sketches CSS 5 6 7 8List Priorities HTML
    • 9 Done
    • Andrew Searles andysearles.com @acsearles dribbble.com/acsearles slideshare.net/acsearles