When building a website, there are so many things and aspects to keep in mind. It often happens that in that mess we forget about some basic things like favicon or maybe about dummy content removal from test site. It’s much easier to go trough all those things when you have all of them written down.
In this article you are going to find bunch of different checklists, questionnaires and tips covering almost everything for an upcoming website. You probably will need just one of these tools, so choose carefully. Read some tips and decide which tool fits the best for your project planning and development process.
This article will help you create a prospect qualification questionnaire that can be used via telephone or Internet or in face-to-face meetings.
Reading some of these questions and following some guidelines will also save you and your client plenty of headaches throughout the process and pave the way to a lasting and trusting relationship.
Detailed questionnaire that you can stick to to ease your work.
Huge list of the best 72 questions to ask prospective web design clients, along with a PDF chart.
This is a checklist of things that clients should provide their designer at the outset. To follow this list will ensure the client and designer are dealing professionally as well as creating an efficient workflow.
The following checklist and the associated answers will facilitate the analysis process of designing and building the website that allows you to relate with the client better and understand what he needs.
This is a helpful list of 42 questions for freelancers to ask prospective clients during the interview/briefing process.
You won’t find a list of premade questions in this article, but instead you are going to learn how to write your own queastions, formule and refine them.
This article is primarily about developing a one-way questionnaire where you aren’t there to explain or expound on the questions you’ve asked the respondent, though the same concepts apply whether you’re communicating via email or during a face-to-face meet.
Find out what your client wants by asking the right questions. Download this helpful PDF questionnaire.
This article reviews some important and necessary checks that web-sites should be checked against before the official launch — little details are often forgotten or ignored, but – if done in time – may sum up to an overall greater user experience and avoid unnecessary costs after the official site release.
Not exactly wrote as a checklist, but still useful list of things you should do before launching the website.
Large and comprehensive list with checklists you should check before launching website.
This pre-launch checklist entails a systematic approach to ensuring that important details are addressed before launching or relaunching a website.
Ultimate W3C validator, which will check your markup, CSS validity, mobile-friendliness and syntax of Atom or RSS feeds.
This post highlights some of the more common problems designers should address on their own sites in a usability checklist of sorts.
PDF checklist of some typography do’s & don’ts which can be applied in web design.
Ultimate list of usability guidelines splitted into 9 sections.
This 25 point website usability checklist is a great way to create some method out of madness and make sure you don’t forget anything critical when working with a new client.
This checklist with 88 questions is a must read for every web designer who cares about usability.
Follow these guidelines, and you’ll be able to create beautiful, function able forms.
This is a 19 point checklist that should be useful to any blogger looking for a practical way to evaluate (and improve) the usability of their blog. Many of the principles here will apply to websites, as well.
This post is a simple 13-point usability checklist for webmasters. Ever good website must be able to answer ‘yes’ to each of these points.
9. Access Color
AccessColor tests the color contrast and color brightness between the foreground and background of all elements in the DOM to make sure that the contrast is high enough for people with visual impairments.
This is a sorted list that contains some of the most important aspects you should keep in mind when developing a website.
This 50 questions long questionnaire might trigger something here and there for some of you or maybe brings some forgotten item from the long to-do list back into your mind.
These checklists pull together best practice in the disciplines of information design, usability and accessibility, into an easy to apply format.
This checklist attempts to answer the question, ‘What concise pieces of advice can be given to designers that will have the greatest impact on accessibility in the majority of cases?’ Again, this list is not the perfect solution, nor is it the only solution, but it is a good first step, and it gives developers and designers a place to start from.
Most beginners make a common pattern of mistakes quite frequently. So if you are a beginner, this checklist will be just in time.
The following is a list of 10 things that you should check prior to and immediately after you have launched a new site.
6 point beginner checklist that helps you to focus on what you do have control over and what improves your SEO rankings.
This questionnaire is for the front-end look and feel and does not address technical specifications. You may find that some of the questions are not applicable to a particular client or project.
The following 12 step optimization checklist will bring you one step closer to maximizing your revenues with smart web design.
This is a large checklist to help you build websites that match the web standards. However, this list should not be seen as a list of items that must be addressed on every site that you develop. It is simply a guide that can be used:
- to show the breadth of web standards
- as a handy tool for developers during the production phase of websites
- as an aid for developers who are interested in moving towards web standards
Very detailed checklist that covers both the pre-launch and the post-launch phase of the web site life cycle. It contains checks related to content and style, standards and validation, search engine visibility, functional testing, security/risk, performance and marketing.
Huge post with 2 checklists that will probably give you a preview of how a website should look.
The following checklist serves to summarize the major points and to help you ensure you’ve done all you should before finalizing any web site you are creating.
Complete guide from planning to SEo. Take this challenge and see what you’re doing right, what you’re doing wrong, and what you’re forgetting to do. There are notes and resources included for nearly every item on the checklist.
Tackle these quick fixes over time, and you’ll be able to improve your website with minimal pain.
Launchlist is intended to help and encourage web designers and developers to check their work before exposing it to the world at large. The process is simple – enter your name and email and the same for a recipient, your project details and website URL, and then proceed through our list of provided fields.