Perfectly planned websites - are an illusion
A fatal decision you can make as a website creator is to plan your website down to the smallest detail.
You cannot plan a tree. You can only plan to plant it in a favourable spot. You can't plan how to swim: but you can plan to learn to do it on a body of water where there are no three-metre-high waves and foul-tempered sharks.
A website accompanies you on the journey of your company's lifetime. You can plan its structure that allows for growth and you can plan the technology that allows for expansion.
But then you should start. Because the experience you gain through mistakes and feedback is more valuable than a lengthy and usually frustrating planning phase that aims to present itself "perfectly".
Have the courage to simply get started with your ideas.
Often, as an entrepreneur, an artist or an association, you are tempted to present yourself differently on the internet than you really are. We call it the "selfie" effect: the web is full of happy faces. But which people are really remembered? It's not the beaming women and men, but people to whom you feel connected.