When building a website communication about changes between the client and the web designer can be difficult, lists of changes written in Word, screenshots added to power point presentations and even photos of the screen are often exchanged to try and communicate exactly what you want to happen. This is one of the areas we have invested in so that we can simplify the process and as a result keep costs down.
We use a feedback system built into the website itself so that clients and developers can communicate with ease. Take a look at the example below to see how it works.
When you the website owner log into your website you will see a bar at the bottom of the screen, this bar has a big [ + comment] button which when clicked changes the cursor into a cross hair.
Move the cross hair to the thing that you want changed and click on it, in this example we want to change the “Learn More” button.
A comment box will appear where you can leave a message for your developer, even attach files such as word documents or photos.
Add your message/content and click the [Add Comment] button. This will log your comment and send us an email notifying us of your request. Once it has been actioned, or if we reply to your comment you will get an email notifying you of the change so you can check over the site again.