1. Determine why you need a site
If you know why you are creating a site, consider that you have passed half the way to the successful launch of the resource. See for yourself: understanding the purpose of the site’s existence allows the customer and developer to step by step implement their plans. On the other hand, if you order a site, because it’s accepted, then you risk falling into the trap of “maybe, let’s”. There she is:
– And let’s screw the forum.
– Or maybe in the menu, swap the links “About the company” and “Our products”?
“But what if you play with flowers here and add monograms and ruffles in the basement?”
– Everything is wonderful, thank you very much, but something else is missing, something is wrong.
Of course, you have every right to not worry about the mental health of developers. In the end, they have such a job. But a misunderstanding of the purpose of creating the site and the impasse “maybe, let’s” that follows is too expensive for you. Firstly, you are wasting your time. Secondly, you throw money away. The monograms, the forum and the reordering of links in the menu are unlikely to affect the effectiveness of the resource. Yes there, you simply do not need them.