When we come near to any old business clients, they will approach us with their existing website and ask designers to make it new product. They always want to make their website represent their business. This leads the Redesign of the websites. We have to do all of practices to make it successful product which last for next design trends….. For me Redesign is refreshing business attitude of the company or business represented by the website.
Here are few Redesign: Best Practices I found and followed.
Redesigning a website is a big job (needless to say) and should be handled with care. Many of us with a portfolio, blog or other website have probably thought about a redesign or at least know we need one. For many designers, though, that redesign never comes. As big and important as it is, the job can turn into a hugely daunting task that we put straight on the backburner of our to-do list.
Why is doing a simple redesign so daunting? Why is it so difficult to follow through, even when we’ve decided to do it? How can we work on designing our clients’ websites successfully every day and then perpetually neglect our own?
The problem is both a lack of correct planning and a lack of understanding of the root need for the redesign. Once we’ve identified these elements, we’re set for success. In this article, we’ll discuss how to plan and execute a redesign, and how to find the perfect timing for it.