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Web design process template

Keep your designers and developers on the same page throughout the web design workflow.

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Task planning


Pipeline management

What is a web design process template?

The web design process outline of the steps to complete a web design project.

What does the web design process template include?


The Board view provides a Kanban-style visualization of your working process and the status of each task. This allows you to track, organize, and prioritize tasks across columns that represent your workflow.

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The List view sorts all your project’s work into a single list that can be quickly scanned and sorted by field. You can also use the list to add, edit, and view tasks in your project.

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The Calendar view helps you visualize and plan work. It makes it easy to see when tasks are due and get a quick glance at the next few weeks and months.

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Easily collect information and capture work requests from other teams or stakeholders in your organization. Create different types of forms to receive different types of work from your stakeholders.

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No matter the complexity of your processes, create customizable workflows with statuses and transitions that map to any style of work.

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Powerful task creation

Add relevant details, fields, and attachments to every item, so your design team always has the context they need.

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Easy team coordination

Ensure every team — whether it’s design, marketing, or engineering — stays on the same page in the same place.

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Streamlined intake process

Forms are easy to make and capture all the info you need. Ditch the back-and-forth between teams.

How to get started with the web design process template

This template uses Jira to help your team manage the web design process.

1. Add items to your team’s list

Select “Create” in the top navigation bar to start adding tasks to your team’s list. Name the task. Then, add details and any relevant attachments.

2. Assign team members

Link team members to each task, so everyone knows what they’re responsible for.

3. Add start and due dates

Set start and due dates for each task. Then, view all your team’s work together in the calendar or timeline views so nothing slips through the cracks.

4. Prioritize and organize

Quickly sort the list by status or priority to help your team stay on top of its most important tasks.

5. Automate work

Wherever possible, let the robots do the work. Set up simple no-code automations to keep work aligned, create reminders, and connect tools like Microsoft Teams, Slack, and more.

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