In a typical website redesign you’re left to guess about what will work and what won’t. But with GDD data guides the way.
With data collected from user feedback, and watching how people interact with your content you’re able to make choices that you know your visitors will love. It’s similar to running a crowdfunding campaign.
You collect payment for a product that may not even exist yet, which tells you that people want it. You then build the product with the full confidence that you will be successful. Why? Because you’ve already received the validation.
We’ve learned why it’s smart to build your website from feedback and collected data vs playing a guessing game. The three core steps to a successful GDD project are strategy, the launchpad website and continuous improvement.
Now that you know where to start, what are you waiting for? Don’t run another redesign that takes forever, leaves you stressed and will have to redone again and again. Instead start with something that can grow with your business.
This is a brief overview of the benefits Growth-Driven Design has to offer. If you’d like to take a more in depth look at the GDD process and the strategy behind it, enroll in the Growth-Driven Design Class today.Ryan McGuire