With all the wireframes, prototypes, drafts, and deadlines, web design can get pretty chaotic—and fast—regardless of whether you’re working solo or in a team. So, if there was a way to make things run more smoothly for you and simplify the entire web design process, wouldn’t you take it?
Infinity’s Web Design template is a great way for you to consolidate all of your work in a single place, without worrying about whether a wireframe or final draft will get lost on your computer. Plus, it gives you a chance to collaborate and communicate both with your team and your clients without a hassle.
Use our Web Design template to:
- Keep all of your tasks and assets in a single place,
- Easily track progress and deadlines,
- Quickly assign tasks to other team members and communicate with them about necessary changes,
- Decide what’s high-priority and what can wait,
- Brainstorm ideas for upcoming projects and tasks.
Benefits of Using Our Web Design Template
- Create a centralized hub for everything you’re working on, including assets, copy, ideas, links, etc.
- Make deadlines and priorities completely clear to speed up production,
- Ensure collaboration runs as smoothly as possible,
- Automate some of the routine tasks, so that you have time for the work that matters,
- Become more productive by having everything neatly laid out.
How to Use This Template
- Load the template into your board or folder,
- Decide if you want to keep the demo data or delete it,
- Start by adding tasks/projects you’re working on,
- Add notes, subtasks, due dates, progress bar, links, attachments, and various labels to make navigating the board more easy,
- Assign team members to different tasks so they can keep up with their work,
- Use the ‘Brainstorming’ folder to store ideas for future projects,
- Use automations to eliminate routine work and focus on designing,
- Easily make the board shareable, and send it to marketing or dev teams, or perhaps your clients for feedback.
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What does a web designer do?
Web designers are responsible for coming up with and creating the design/layout of a website or different landing pages, regardless of it being a brand new website or an existing one. In some cases, they are also in charge of marketing assets, including designs for ads, blogs, etc.
What does the web design process look like?
In most cases, the process will have the following steps: project definition (where designers agree upon goals and messages), project scope (with specific timelines), wireframes creation, visual style, site development and testing, and finally launch. Of course, developers will be responsible for the last three steps.
Why should I use Infinity’s Web Design template?
Because it will make working with other team members, as well as clients, a lot easier and allow you to organize everything you need for your web design process in a single place. Our template can also help you automate routine tasks and share the progress with people outside of your organization.