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Website Redesign Workbook for Museums & Historical Sites
Download the Website Redesign Workbook to get a jumpstart on planning your next website upgrade. Created specifically with museums and historical sites in mind, this free, digital workbook will help you:
- Identify your goals and objectives for the project
- Track your metrics and set benchmarks
- Clarify your brand, audiences and messaging
- Learn from your peers
- Define your design preferences
Your download includes an .xlsx file perfect for real-time collaboration in Google Sheets, or easy Excel editing. Use it internally, or share with your website design company.
Download your copy now by completing the form below.
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