What to know

In this meeting, we will share examples of other sites, walk through modules options and specs, talk about your branding, and get a general idea of user flow and experience. We encourage marketing and designers to be on this call.

There are multiple ways to start planning your site:

Path 1: Start with a template
Take a look at our template sites (12, and 3) and pick one to begin. These templates are based on what’s been commonly done in the past. It’s the easiest way to get started quickly! Then you can make changes to the modules to fit your content needs.

Path 2: Start with the Site Structure Workbook
If you’re interested in making detailed decisions about site navigation and layout, the Site Structure Workbook can help you communicate your ideas to the JUNO team. Watch our introduction video to learn how to use it and see if it’s right for you.

Homework (Prepare before the meeting)

Client team

JUNO team

(star) Review the template sites or the Site Structure Workbook
(star) Watch Site Design and Layout video (below)
(star) Determine initial site navigation
(star) Document ideal flow for users once they log in
(star) Refer to Basecamp to see image specifications and sample sites

What to do during the meeting

Client team

JUNO team

(tick) Discuss the desired user experience (step by step, what people see and do) and site navigation

(tick) Create wireframes, documents, or write-ups about the content that should be seen on each page

(tick) Help client visualize event flow with recommendations and demos of other sites

What to do after the meeting

Client team

JUNO team

(tick) Review site plans with the Senior CSM for feedback

Resources

Overview of JUNO site design and layout. Recorded on JUNO version 1.12