10 Strategies For Working With Developers

01 Start right
Make sure, at the beginning of each project, that the build goals are clearly defined and understood. If you, the designer, have a clear understanding of what the site is meant to do and the developers have a clear understanding of what you want to achieve, the project should run pretty smoothly.

02 State your intentions
Understand the purpose of the site: the design must be suitable for the site purpose and functionality. A brochure-style site whose sole function is to market a business will look different to one that performs a specific function, such as enabling clients to access online services or purchase products.

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