Having a few issues with my Boss, and was hoping that a little input from others would help resolve the conflict once and for all!
So, the issue at hand...?
The design process or Web Design/Creation.
When you get a client, you should be able to conceive and create a general design based upon a handful of data from the Client.
There is no need to have any idea s to the purpose, function or content of the site.
All you need to do is create some generic designs to show layout, colours, themes etc. to permit the Client to choose roughly what they are after.
When you meet a client, you should bew able to coax the required info out of them. If they want a website, most of them should a have an idea as to what they think site should
do and look like, and may even have a fair conception of the end appearance and behaviours.
You shouldn't come up with to many pre-conceived ideas as to overal appearance until you havea good grasp on possible content and how it is to be displayed.
So please, let me know which of those two arguements you are more inclined to agree with as good-practice, common sense or simply the right way to do it.
If you feel upto it, short notes for justification are welcome as well!