Unfortunately, many websites are created using bad processes.
Because designers prioritize speed at the expense of quality in their processes so they can charge lower prices.
A large segment of people who want a website will shop for the best price, so web designers fight for this market by prioritizing speed.
Speed can be prioritized by using website templates, skipping strategy, quickly moving to the design work, and focusing on creating a site that functions, rather than a site that actually achieves your intended goals.
If you want to effectively sell online, you need a website that is specifically designed to get the results you need. When you as a buyer prioritize getting the best possible price, you are working against your objective.
Well let’s think about it.