Before you get the finished design, you need to go through the "Design Process", which includes the following stages:
A brief description of the task, which should contain brief information about
the customer and the industry to which this project belongs, and a description of the project's objectives
After analyzing the task (brief), the designer may have some clarifying questions. This is not surprising, as clients often do not have the relevant experience when providing a designer with a brief and may use somewhat general wording. For example, when describing the desired style of the project, they may ask to use "modern", "interesting" or "bright".
Of course, such wording leaves too much room for interpretation and therefore needs to be clarified.
It's a good way to show the client an aesthetic similar to what they would like to get in the end without investing a lot of time in creating the project.
At this stage, the designer develops a draft version of the future website, in which
during which he lays down the structure, number of pages and placement of certain elements on the site
The designer demonstrates a rough draft to the client. This is necessary to agree on all the points and make possible corrections, which is quite normal. Since it is much easier and cheaper to make changes at the "draft" stage than during the development of the project design
It often happens that the client already has brand colors and fonts. However, if they are not, the designer offers combinations of colors and fonts to match the style of the project
The approved "draft" is overlaid with a color scheme and fonts. Despite the fact that the prototype has already been agreed with the client at the stage of the prototype presentation, it is likely that certain adjustments and minor changes will be made to it during the development of the design project, and, accordingly, the concept will be supplemented and clarified during the development period, because the closer we are to the final, the more accurate our idea of the site is
The final stage at which the designer adapts the already approved design
for tablet and mobile devices