Website Wanted: But Where Do I Start?
What you need before diving into wireframes & design
It's common knowledge that every business needs a website but beyond that the path on how to create an effective site can be riddled with more potholes than a Chicago street! In this workshop you'll be ready to plow through common road blocks, so you have a clear path from which to stage your launch (or re-launch).
In this workshop you will learn how to:
- Determine your website goals
- Define your target audience(s)
- Identify necessary site functionality
- Find the right tools or vendor to help
6:00 PM to 6:20 PM // Networking
6:20 PM to 6:45 PM // Presentation
6:45 PM to 7:30 PM // Q & A
Instructor: Christine Mortensen
|Christine created Sprk'd in order to help startups and small businesses grow by creating content and marketing that doesn't suck. By combining the learnings of User Experience Design with the principals of Visual Design, she leads the Sprk'd team to create content that drives conversions. No matter the industry, she believes quality content relevant to user needs (i.e., your potential customers) is not only achievable but fun too. How can we help you? When she's not busy writing about herself in the third person she can be found trying out new Paleo recipes, playing volleyball, or writing reviews of Chicago's Bloody Mary's (but don't tell the Paleo Police).|
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