The first step in developing a successful web site using the Daimix Media process is to set up a meeting so we can gather information and evaluate your current branding. To set up a meeting please fill out our online form or contact us at +60143261412.
Many things need to be taken into consideration before we develop the look, feel and functionality of your site, so we first ask a lot of questions to help us understand your business and your needs in a web site.
Measure twice, cut once is the old proverb we live by to minimize wasting materials, time and money on each project that crosses our desks.
At Daimix Media, one of our greatest strengths is our ability to understand your business or organization during this initial planning stage then help you deliver that to millions of people via different mediums in a successful, creative way. We will target your business products, promotions, and services to the identified audience then track the results for evaluation.
Things to consider before our initial meeting:
What is the purpose of the site? Will the site provide information, promote a service, sell a product? Is it time to update my overall branding & logo?
What do you hope to accomplish by building this web site? Some of the more common goals are either to make money, sell my products with an online store or share information with clients or employees.
- Target Audience
We will help identify your target market(s). Is there a specific group of people that will help you reach your goals? It is helpful to picture the “ideal” person you want to visit your web site. Consider their age, sex, income, and interests – this will help us determine the best design style for your site.
What kind of information will the target audience be looking for on your site? Are they looking for specific information, a particular product or service…? Do you have content ready to go for the new site? Do you have a company profile/history written? Do you need our help with content creation such as creative writing, photography of products, staff, or business?