Lisa Isbell says, “When the time finally comes to tackle a website redesign, it’s difficult to contain the excitement. There are so many things you just can’t wait to have put into place! Then come the first steps to making it all happen.

Excitement turns to fear and trepidation as you try to craft a plan and put together the resources to turn all of your lofty ideas into reality. Suddenly it begins to seem more and more like a home construction project: lots of advice from many sources; warnings about rip-offs, scams and slick tactics; choices for things that could go into, on and throughout your new website; decisions about who should do what, how long it should take, and how much it should cost. Finally, you’re lost in so many details that you’re not sure where to start.

Here are the most common red flags that your website redesign is not on the path to providing value and what you can do to avoid them.

1) Lack of strategic direction

Just like a home construction project, getting the blueprint wrong throws the final outcome into question. The worst part is you might not even realize anything is wrong until the construction team is long gone. In order for a website to have business value, it must be designed based on your business goals“.

12 Warning Signs Your Website Redesign Could End In Catastrophe


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