As a non-designer myself I often rely on external agencies or the customer to provide me with a design. More recently I've started working with customers directly on designs and Elementor helps me to do that. The Covid pandemic also meant that we all had to work with customers remotely. I found that by using the drag and drop facilities I could build websites with the customer online. That has proved to be a powerful way to demonstrate to the customer how quickly we can build a new website. I rarely use the templates or pre-built websites and the customers are generally blown away by the speed and quality of the site that gets built.
That's my new preferred way to build a website but what are the other tips and tricks and 'best practice' you have adopted and does Elementor help you with that approach.
So this month's Meetup for the Edinburgh group is going to be all about how you design and build websites - do you have your own designers, do you design yourself or do you outsource the designs to an agency or to the customer's own agency?
If so, what are the pros and cons of doing it this way. For example I've had quite recently a design from an agency which I knew would be difficult without coding. I was able to show them that there were other ways to achieve something similar using Elementor.
Please bring along your own ideas and be prepared to demonstrate them to the group!