There are several ways in which you can hasten a web design project. Those are, in other words, ways in which you can get a web design project to move faster. They can come in handy if, for instance, you are a web designer working for a client who feels that you are taking too long to complete his project. They can also come in handy if, for one reason or another, some of the time you had initially allocated for the web design project has been lost. This means that the project would have to be handled in a shorter period of time than was initially planned: making it necessary for it to be hastened. The most important thing here is to ensure that the standard of work isn’t compromised, even as you try to hasten the project. Some of the ways in which you can hasten a web design project (without compromising the standard of work) would include:
- By using time-saving techniques: this is where, for instance, you can opt to create the website using a content management system (such as WordPress or Joomla), rather than coding everything from scratch. Or you can use a ‘What You See is What You Get’ software program, such as Dreamweaver, to automate some of the tasks you’d have performed manually. Another option is to use a template, which you can then tweak here and there to end up with the website you want. This should surely take much less time than coding everything (using HTML, CSS and other technologies) from scratch.
- By simply concentrating and (hence) working faster: if you focus on the web design project single-mindedly, without any other distractions, you will be surprised at how fast you will get it done. A project that would have taken four days can be completed in a single day, with single-minded focus.
- By getting more people to work on the web design project: this may entail hiring other web designers on a temporary basis, to help you get the project completed on time. Hiring such help may not be expensive as you would fear initially. Some may be folks who do other jobs on a part-time basis. You may, for instance, find someone who works as a clerk at UPS, yet he also possesses good web design skills. After undertaking UPSers registration, he may log into the UPS employees portal, which is accessible online at Upsers.com, only to find that he is scheduled to be off duty for a couple of days. If those days coincide with the days when you wish to complete the web design project, you can enlist his help, at a modest cost, to help you complete the project faster. So you can have a team of temporary staff working on the web design project – with each being assigned a page or a component of the website to design. Then you would bring it all together, go through the work to ensure that the other people did the right thing, and then hand the (completed) project to the client.