Trade Site Wales

Trade Site Wales

Trade Site Wales locationCardiff, Caerdydd

(1 Review)

Trade Site Wales offers the following services,

+ Website packages for any size business starting from £299
+ E-commerce Websites for any new retail business from £799
+ Logo Design from £99
+ Business Card Design from £99
+ Social Marketing Design from £49
+ Search Engine Optimisation from £249/pm

We welcome any new job and are always on hand to offer free friendly advice or a consultation on any web, or graphic work your business has.

Trade Site Wales Reviews

Trade Site Wales Reviews

Review of Trade Site Wales by Sarah Zaluckyj
5 08/01/2017

Tom from Trade Site Wales was a dream to work with. He incorporated every aspect we wanted in the design of our holiday chalet website. His presentation was first class, and his eye for detail and design excellent. Tom was amazingly patient when dealing with our requests for changes and updates, and extremely good at explaining the process in a way that we, with little knowledge of computers, could grasp easily. We felt very comfortable working with him. We give Tom and Trade Site Wales the highest possible recommendation. We now have a marvellous website, thanks to him.

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Trade Site Wales Location

79 Manor St, Cardiff CF14 3PX, UK

Trade Site Wales Q&A

Trade Site Wales Q&A

What makes a great website?

A great website should have,
+ Strong and clear message
+ Easy navigation
+ Content and more content
+ Meet the purpose of your business
+ Offer a clear path to contact you

What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?

10 questions we always ask new clients when starting a new project,
+ What is the goal of the project?
+ What is the project deadline? What are the factors or events that are calling for that date?
+ How will you and your client determine if the project is successful?
+ Who owns the project? Who else is on your project team?
+ Has your team discussed who will be the main point of contact and how you will handle the feedback process?
+ Are there any dates when you will be closed or not available
+ Has your team been through a project like this in the past?
+ Is there anything that would prevent the project from being successful?
+ Are there any points in the process that some stakeholders might not understand that we can explain?
+ Is there a preferred mode of communication?

Describe your creative process.

1. Research
For a successful outcome, I always begin any project by reviewing and further researching:
+ the client’s business goals, mission, values and brand equity
+ competing brands
+ the intended audience
2. Define and develop
Once I am satisfied that I have carried out sufficient research, I begin putting my skills into practice. During the 'define and develop' stage, I identify the problem I am trying to solve and then begin working towards my project agenda. For me this is the really fun and creative part... developing ideas into a final outcome is one of the main reasons I love my job so much.
2.1 Visual concepts
As a designer first, I think visually. So it's always useful and beneficial for me to develop visual concepts that reflect the objectives and outline of the my clients brief. Collect images relating to the aims of the project - Pinterest is a good tool for this. I also sometimes use mood boards as this really helps build a visual picture of what I am aiming for quickly.
2.2 Presenting ideas
As a creative person, I use my professional judgement and experience to begin filtering my various ideas and designs, retaining the strongest relevant material. (Normally, I don't like to offer more than three ideas to the customer. Sometimes less is more.)
I will then present my findings and work to my client in their preferred method of communication. I justify each design with the research I have previously gathered. I will then await their feedback. This is a very important stage of the creative process because I am trying to sell my ideas to my client, so I always make sure I communicate fluently and with as much detail required.
2.3 Getting feedback
The quicker I receive your feedback, the better. I like to keep the momentum and creative juices flowing. I think it's always a good idea at this point to confirm the next date and time of communication.
I like to make sure the feedback is always in writing. If we decide to meet face-to-face, I will always send a follow-up email stating what occurred in the meeting and ask you to approve it.
3. Refine
Once I have received your feedback into my inbox, or we have spoke face to face it's time to improve on the designs, fix any errors and fine tune the entire design as a whole. At this point all the pieces should start to fall into place.
3.1 Face to face
Once I have a finished design to show I will always try and review it with you face to face. If this is not possible then I will suggest using an application like Skype, where I can share my screen so you can see the design as it looks on my computer. If both of these options are not available than I will send an email containing screenshots of the design that I will you through with text.
4. Deliver to go live
Once you are completely happy with the finished design and we have been through and reviewed all ascpets of it, then it's time to launch your product. Whether that's a website which means migrating everything from our testing server to either our live server, or your own live server, or if it's a graphic design product, sending you the final high restolution copies in the formats you need.

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