Tips for Interviewing Your Web Developer
Here are some important questions to ask your web developer before starting a project:
- What is your experience with web development, and what types of websites have you worked on in the past?
- What is your development process, and how do you ensure that the project stays on track and meets deadlines?
- Can you provide examples of websites that you have designed and developed, and can you explain the specific features and functionality of each site?
- How will you ensure that the website is optimized for search engines, and what steps will you take to improve its visibility and ranking?
- How will you ensure that the website is user-friendly and accessible to people with disabilities, and what measures will you take to improve its overall usability?
- What security measures will you implement to protect the website from hacks, malware, and other threats?
- How will you ensure that the website is mobile-friendly and optimized for a variety of devices, including smartphones and tablets?
- How will you handle ongoing maintenance and updates for the website, and what is your process for resolving any issues or bugs that arise?
- What is your pricing structure, and how do you handle billing and payment for the project?
- How will you communicate with me throughout the project, and what channels will you use to provide updates and feedback?
By asking these questions, you can gain a better understanding of your web developer’s experience, expertise, and approach to web development, and ensure that you are on the same page when it comes to the goals and expectations for your website project.
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