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Web Design and Development Projects: Conclusion

The final post in our series on website design and development projects for digital marketers

Over the last 21 posts, we’ve discussed many important aspects of a web design and development project, and given you advice from a marketer’s point of view of what you should expect and how you can plan.

We hope this has provided you with some information that will get you up to speed if it’s been a few years since you last were involved in a website redesign project, or even if you have and want to make sure you don’t miss anything.

What We’ve Learned

There’s been a lot to discuss on the subject of a web design and development project! We hope you’ve learned things that will help you both be successful and to help find and evaluate the web design and development agency that will be the best fit for you and your organization.

From the initial planning to what it takes to maintain a launched site, we hope you’ve gained some insights that will help you as you undertake some important next steps for a very important marketing channel.

What Next?

If you’re about to get started on a project, you can use the 20 items we discussed to help guide you as you choose your agency, plan your site, and get started with your project. While it’s a lot to keep in mind, it helps to have a great agency partner that has processes in place that already factor these things in.


We wish you the best as you undergo your own website redesign and development project. Use what you’ve learned to help make it as successful as possible, and make sure you have the right team in place that is knowledgeable and experienced enough to make your job easy.

Thanks for joining us, and we’d love to hear your feedback on how this helped your website redesign!