- ©Spike Likes LLC
"It is not easy to know what you like. Most people fool themselves
their entire lives through about this. Self-acquaintance is a rare
- Robert Henri
We suggest you take a good, hard look at our
The work speaks for itself, as you can see, but it would
be helpful for you to be familiar with the level of web design and development standards we maintain.
Then, run the gamut!
Begin by acquainting your team with our web services
and start thinking about project requirements. Will you need one service or would you like to mix and match different services?
Next, take your team on a quick idea expedition!
A few things you may want to think about are:
- What are the key messages you would like to convey and who
is your primary audience, or are there several audiences?
- If your project is a web site, try to estimate a page count and
amount of the dynamic or interactive elements the site may need such as forms, content management solutions, Flash animation, etc.
- Spend some time thinking about a web site flow plan–sometimes referred to as
Not sure what this is? Don't worry, we can help.
- How do you want your web project to look and feel? You'd be suprised, inspiration is all around and often in unlikely places. Take a moment to think about sites you've seen before - what do you like about them? What don't you like?
Ready, Set, GO!
When your team's notes, ideas and thoughts about are assembled in one pile, give us a call, use
our request a quote form,
or lob us an email:
We'll schedule a quick chat with you to get the full scoop about your
project and what you envision. During this initial dialogue, expect
us to ask a lot of questions! That's how we determine what's best
for your business.