A key part of any design project is to eventually strip away the dummy data and populate it with client-specific information. This can be difficult, however – especially if you’re relying on the client to provide content.
The broad answer to this problem is to put a solid plan into place beforehand. This involves having a clear structure in place for the site itself, and knowing exactly what content you’re going to need. Then, you just need to communicate your requirements early and clearly.
In this post, we’ll look at how to request the content you need from clients, and more importantly, how to decide what you’ll need to ask for. We’ll also discuss how your approach might…
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