Strategic planning functions as the “design” while a blueprint functions as the “how” to build something.  As a business owner or Founder don’t just jump into something without a plan especially in the design of your software. First, you need a strategy in order to map out the success of your online business or website. Here are some of the things that might help you plan out and achieve a solid kickstart.

Define your brand.

What are the core values of your products and services? Does your brand encompasses who you are or the company? This is crucial because it will help identify the compass that points to the true North of your  brand personality and online success. It will also help you on choosing if the design for your website and app compliments your product and services.


Be upfront with your budget.

Your budget is essential in any major business projects. Your designer can best help you when they know how much money you can spend on the project. Yes, I know it may sound a bit unfair, but it is what it is. You can inquire other companies first, so you have a ball figure of how much you will be spending. Without proper funds your project is doomed to fall apart and be left incomplete. No one likes to work for free everyone wants to get paid. If you want quality work then you need to pay for it. If you want to save money you can risk with the option of outsourcing or look for top talents of freelancers.

Know which technology or language.

Choose which coding language you would like to implement on your app, software or website. If you want to make sure your site is responsive and in mint condition. You should choose the best technology that works for you. Also see to it that it should be both desktop and mobile friendly because you will have different users with different technology of choice.

Define your target audience.

To establish a good foundation to your business, you should always identify your customer so you could tailor your marketing approach accordingly. Remember, a good design should cater the needs of their visitors. Choose the right color and design for your target audience. Wow them with your best shot don’t settle for anything less.

Provide your timescale for the project.

One way to ensure your the quality of your work is knowing how much time there is on their table. The delivery of your project depends on the time estimation and timing is everything. Change happens when there’s firm control for deadlines. So set deadlines to ensure that you will get your development done and taken cared off.

Check your competition.

You need to analyze where you stand because it plays an important role in shaping your marketing strategies from other brands. If you are a startups and you lack concepts you can go ahead, observe and get inspiration on how your competitors do it. As the saying goes, “imitation is the best form of flattery” but don’t go to the point that you are stealing ideas and duplicating their ideas. See to it that as time passes by you can find your own flair and apply your own unique strategy. Make your brand stand out in your own way. Look at the things that your competitors are not doing.

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