Web Design & Development: Basic Questions To Ask Your Client

Below is a set of basic questions to ask your client before building her web project.

  1. What is your email address?
  2. What is your business’ name?
  3. What is your business’ industry?
  4. What services and/or products do you offer?
  5. Who is your ideal client?
  6. Tell us about your project. How much of your project is already complete?
  7. Do you have any documentation for this project?
  8. My website address is http://mclinteractive.com? Do you have one?
  9. My web host is ICDSoft. Do you already have a web host?
  10. Do you use or want a content management system, like WordPress?
  11. What is the estimated number of web pages for your project?
  12. The more time we have to build your web project, the better. But do you have a deadline?
  13. What is your budget?
  14. How did you hear about us?
  15. Do you have additional thoughts about your web project you’d like to share with me?

Please feel free to contact me with questions at maria@mclinteractive.com.

About the Author

Maria C. Lima

Maria C. Lima has spent the past 10 years studying web development and becoming a sought-after independent web designer & developer in New York City. She now runs MCL Interactive, her own NYC design and technology firm, where she prides herself in providing creative web solutions for savvy entrepreneurs. She helps bring their vision to life in a beautiful and functional web presence. Her goal is to take care of all the techy stuff so that they can do what they love and work on growing their businesses. You can find her on Twitter (@mclinteractive) or on Facebook (Facebook.com/mclinteractive). Read more

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