I’m relatively new to web design & development but as my first real project (as I’m sure a lot of people do) I’m creating myself a portfolio/blog type of site from scratch.
So far I’ve created myself a basic design on Affinity and started on my HTML, but then I realised…. what do I even want?!
My background is in Product Design, and before any project starts, it’s second nature to me to talk to the client and produce a design specification. For some reason this idea never came to me when it came to web design..
My question is (we’re getting there now!) what are the general sections of a web design spec that is kind of standard for the industry? In a product design spec, generally you have a scope, background, performance, aesthetics, life cycle, market, safety amongst other areas, but I realised I’m not sure really what goes into a web design spec.
I’d love to hear everyone’s ideas and experience in this area and have a general discussion about it!
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