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... by asking the right questions

First published on this website in June 2006 and last updated in September 2012

Words: 4700
Size: 193 kB
Categories: Administration, Communication

Synopsis

An article to put you on the right path before you talk to your designer (who gives the site its look) and/or your developer (who makes the technical aspects work) – or a means of reviewing your existing site.

1 Who is the site for?

2 What impact do we want it to have on these people?

3 How will we work withour designer/developer?

4 What resources are available to run the site?

5 What information do we need to put across and how do we structure it?

6 How do we create interest?

7 How do we encourage visitors?

8 What level of interaction do we want?

Followed by a design/style checklist, and a detailed contents checklist covering home page, who we are, what we believe, church information, Sundays, activities, youth and children, membership, local community, the building, communication, restricted access

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This article has been updated in September 2012 after a major rewrite in 2010 to bring it up-to-date with website technology today.

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