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How to build a website for your business

Do you want to build a website for your business, but you’re unsure where to start?

In this session, we’ll explore the strategy behind creating a business website, and how you can use no-code solutions to get a successful website up and running.

This session is delivered by three expert panellists, who will work through key decisions your business should make when designing and building a website, rules of thumb for the UX design of a website, and no-code solutions to creating a website across various platforms.

By the end of this session you will learn:

  • Tips for helping your business work through the strategy behind your website
  • Knowledge of the tools and platforms you can use to build your business website, including no-code solutions
  • The do’s and don’ts of website UX design

The format of the session:

12:00 – 12:10pm: Welcome & Introductions

12:10 – 12:25pm: Panel Discussion 1 – The strategy behind building a business website

12:25 – 12:40pm: Panel Discussion 2 – Rules of thumb for the UX design of your website

12:40 – 12:50pm: Breakout Sessions

12:50 – 1:05pm: Panel Discussion 3 – No-code solutions to getting your website up and running

1:05 – 1:10pm: Panel Discussion 4 – Next steps for your business website

1:10 – 1:20pm: Final Q&A

1:20 – 1:30pm: Event wrap-up & close


Our expert panellists:

Dan Parry – Growth & Innovation Lead at Tectonic London

Dan is the Head of Growth and Innovation at Tectonic, which is a customer research company that helps you make the right decisions for your business. Day to day, Dan builds internal no-code tools, such as apps that capture research data and help make their departments more efficient, as well as external tools to help the business grow faster.

Dan loves no-code tools because they allow him to iterate quickly and express his creativity while building digital products in a way that leverages his strengths.

Alongside his role as an employee, Dan is also the CTO of a company called Evermind, which is a platform that allows remote workers to get therapy in their mother tongue and has built his own mental health products, too.

Natalja Dembek – Solopreneur Visual Designer, Natalja Dembek

Natalja is a visual designer who helps purpose-driven organisations to engage with their audience by translating who they are into a clear (visual) language.

Natalja has been on her design and web development journey full-time since 2019, and is mostly self-taught, which has enabled her to explore visual design and related topics from many angles. Natalja believes in human-first design practices and supportive business culture.

Mionah Abbassi Larsen – Lead UX Designer at EverMind, and Operations Officer & Well-being Lead at Tectonic London

Mionah is a self-certified geek about UX rules and optimising processes to make the user experience seamless and intuitive. Alongside UX, Mionah also works with optimising internal processes in businesses and with well-being.

After finishing her degree in Business and Communication, Mionah quickly found out that she needed a more creative path so took a design degree and fell in love with problem-solving and user needs. Mionah worked mostly as a freelance designer on apps doing UX and UI for 5+ years.

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