(A) It’s critical to first establish a deep understanding of your users and your business goals to make sure what you create in the website-specific strategy step has the greatest impact.
(B) Because GDD is a user-driven methodology, it can take time to recruit users to complete the website-specific step. By listing it at the end of the strategy stage, your team will have enough time to hire users and put them to work creating the website.
(C) It doesn’t matter when you complete the website-specific strategy step. It’s listed toward the end of the strategy stage simply because it can take time for stakeholders to agree on what to build on the website.
This question is a part of the HubSpot Growth-Driven Design Certification Quiz from Lesson 2. You can find answers to all the quiz questions from this course in our HubSpot Growth-Driven Design Quiz Answers page.