Ask Questions First. Code Later.
That sums it up.
From years of experience, we know that there are many different types of websites and many technologies that run them. In order to meet your needs, we thoroughly interview you, asking a slew of questions as to what you have in mind.
We understand that customers' needs vary widely and no two websites warrant the exact same approach. So we always strive to be flexible in how we treat individual customers. A customer who is super web-savvy will get all the details they can stomach no need for hand-holding there. But if, like most people, you're a little fuzzy on some of the details, we'll calmly talk it over with you in terms you can comfortably understand.
To ensure you're fully satisfied, we'll need some info. You may already have all this info. You may not. In that case, we'll ask things like...
- Have you already registered a domain name?
- If so, where is it hosted?
- If not, shall we register it?
- Have you thought about multiple domains?
- Do you have a web host in mind?
- If so, what's the contact info?
- If not, shall we host it for you?
- Do you prefer going with a Microsoft or Open-Source server?
- Do you have design comps?
- If so, what format are they in?
- If not, do you have a designer?
- Shall we find one for you?
- Is the structure of your site all mapped out?
- Do you have a promotional strategy in mind?
- What sort of functionality do you want for your site?
Potlikker Has Retired
As of the end of January 2014, Potlikker is no longer in business. It was a one-person consultancy, and, after a year as a full-time employee of a great little high-tech company, I felt it was time to close the doors of my little consulting shop.
Thank you for your interest.
Q. What's with the name, Potlikker?