Analyzing the UI/UX of a Dev Firm's Website

The first and quickest way to vet a firm/freelancer is by looking at how they represent themselves. We can get an initial sense of quality by visiting the website of a firm and doing a quick analysis.

Questions to ask when vetting a website

  • How does the design look?
  • Have they put in meticulous care to ensure the information is clear?
  • Are there bad typos on their website?
  • Does the site feel genuine/trustworthy?
  • Would this be something I would be PROUD to call my own?

The last question is perhaps the most important one. Especially if you're looking for a development partner to help build your website or web app (read about the difference here), you'll want to make sure their website meets your standards. If they can't be bothered to make their own site more than good enough, you can't expect them to give your site the attention it deserves.

Table of Contents

Why Outsource

How to Vet Developers

How to scope a software project

How to establish your project structure

Our development process

How to manage your relationship with your outsourcing firm

How to manage expectations with your outsourcing firm

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