Make it Easy Working with a Digital Media Agency

If technology is not your strong point, it can be very intimidating to work with a digital media agency during the planning, design and development of your corporate site. I have sketched out a simple to follow guide in the hope that it makes life simpler for all parties involved during the process.

A digital media agency often charges by the hour, so when producing your brief attempt to make it as concise as possible. You may feel that you are doing all the hard work; but your are employing the agency to design and development your site, not to re-think your business data trying to fill the gaps.

Image Collation

When providing your high resolution images make sure they are labeled clearly. A photograph should ideally be saved as a .jpg image, but a .gif or .png can be used if necessary.

On the off chance that the content of your website will contain a lot of photographs, then it may be beneficial to employ the services of a professional photographer. On the off chance that this doesn’t accommodate your financial plan, at that point ensure all digital images are taken in a well lit and uncluttered room.

Furthermore, in spite of the fact that picture manipulation software programs are very powerful tools nowadays; it is important to have clear unique photos regardless.

Copy and Content

It may seem like an arduous task, but providing your digital media agency with full text content, product information and evaluating will spare a tremendous measure of time over the long run.

Designing a website without knowing the volume and nature of the content is like designing a house without knowing the quantity of people who are going to live there and how much space will be required.

Things may require tweaking somewhat later (which would not benefit from outside intervention by and large), but the digital design agency will be able to make a much better informed decision about the size and nature of the website; and will consider that at an a much earlier stage.

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