Disclaimer: Since each funnel software has different design elements, and my skillset varies across different funnel software, the time taken to design may vary. But I design the fastest using WordPress/Elementor.
I work with my client to create a mood board that captures the overall aesthetic, feeling and vision that they want to convey on their website.
During this phase, I will ask questions to get a clear understanding of their goals, values, and preferences. I will ask the client to share some web designs that they love as well. This information will help me to create a mood board that aligns with their vision and meets their expectations.
Once I have a clear understanding of my client’s vision, I then establish the brand and design guidelines.
This involves creating a set of rules and standards for the website’s design, including typography, color schemes, and layout. The design guidelines will align with the client’s brand values and messaging.
This work usually goes hand in hand with Step 3.
I will then create wireframes and prototypes to help visualize the website’s layout and functionality.
I use tools such as Figma or simple paper sketches to create these initial designs. The wireframes and sketch will provide a rough idea of how the website will look and feel, and they serve as a starting point for the website’s design.
Depending on the client, I may also skip the wireframe and prototype design part, and straight to designing the final draft because they trust that I can do a good job, which I usually do because I have such a high standard of beauty.
Finally, I will apply the design guidelines across all web and funnel designs, using the right colour, fonts, and imagery that aligns with the client’s brand and vision.
During this phase, I will also test the funnel/website’s functionality and usability to ensure that it meets the client’s needs and expectations and ensures a smooth user experience on desktop and especially mobile view.
But of course, the client will usually have feedbacks, and then I will go back to make those changes.
So this process called iteration usually happen twice before my client is happy.
Usually the changes are tiny, unless along the way the client has brilliant idea to add to their website. But that will incur additional work and additional charge if not stated early in the service agreement.
Anyway happy client most of them are.
Do note that some of the websites and pages below are no longer online. Those that are online are clickable. Also, some websites are really old, like 4, 5 years old and my design esthetic back then is not as good as where it is today. But I’ve salvaged and showcased all available web and funnel designs.
Before Afterof a website beautification
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