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Growth Driven Design: Revolutionizing the Web Build Process

Welcome to the Force and Friction Podcast, your go-to show for the latest RevOps strategies, discussions, and interviews.

In today’s episode, we’re going to be discussing the Growth Driven Design web build process.

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Here are the core areas we discuss on the episode:

Overview of Growth Driven Design

Explore the advantages of Growth-Driven Design (GDD) over traditional web design and harness the power of GDD to drive exceptional results for your online presence.

Phase 1: Strategy Development

In the Strategy Development phase, we delve into personas, customer journey maps, web goals, and website wishlist, laying the foundation for a successful Growth-Driven Design approach.

Phase 2: Launchpad

In the Launchpad phase, we propel your web presence forward by creating a high-performing website with essential features, optimized user experience, and strategic content to drive immediate impact and achieve your business goals.

Phase 3: Continuous Development

The Continuous Development phase ensures your website evolves and improves over time, leveraging data-driven insights, user feedback, and ongoing optimization to deliver a seamless user experience, generate leads, and maximize your online growth potential.

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Published by Jamie Midgley June 1, 2023
Jamie Midgley