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If you choose a background color other than white for your Web site, make sure you choose a text color that is easily read on that background color.
6. Other Thoughts/Ideas Take note of any other thoughts and ideas that you have for your Web site. Do you want your navigation buttons to change when mouse rolls over them? Do you want a copyright statement at bottom of your pages (recommended)? Do you want a Flash movie added to your Web site? Message board? Polls? Any other special features? Add these to your "Other Thoughts/Ideas" worksheet.
Once you have filled up your journal with your thoughts and ideas, it is time to hand it over to your designer along with copy (text) for your pages.
Your designer will be most impressed with information and clear insight you're able to provide. You'll also save a lot of time by clearing up questions regarding your design before they ever crop up. Just like creating a plan for your business strategy or marketing efforts, creating a plan for creation and design of your site is highly recommended.
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