Going through a website design or redesign can be a long process.
Here are our top three tips to make sure you’re clear & concise when giving feedback to your developer and, perhaps more importantly, making sure they can digest the feedback and respond promptly & efficiently.
1) Provide screenshots
If you’re on a Mac hit cmd + shift + 4, on Windows 10 there is a tool you can use called ‘Snipping Tool’, try searching for it in the start menu.
Screenshots help massively. The phrase a picture is worth a thousand words has never been more true than with feedback to developers. With a screenshot, the issue is clearly seen and can be instantly resolved.
2) List ’em
If you have multiple feedback points make a bulleted or numbered list.
It makes the feedback easy to understand and often (especially in our case) developers can ‘tick’ them off as they go along.
3) Ask questions
There may be a reason why the developer built parts of the site a certain way. Perhaps it will increase user experience or improve the likely hood of multiple purchases; but you won’t know until you ask!
If you need help with your project, we’re on hand for free & impartial advice.