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Well, I will have to agree with ~Roland. Anyone who is planning to build a website for business should have a master plan or at least some goals of what to do with the site when it is launched. You just don't have to create a website and make others be irritated of how disorganized it is.
There's quite a lively discussion here!
As a member of a website team myself, www.web-wis-dom.com I wanted to chime in with my thoughts. I truly believe that the lesson here is that every client is different, and every website is therefore different. There cannot be a cookie cutter version of any quality website - a quality website must reflect the individual style of a client's personality and business. The look and feel is the most important part of the website in my opinion, and it would be difficult to get a sense of this with simply a questionnaire. However, as Roland said, often those questions are used to begin the discussion which is a great starting point.
When choosing a firm to design and develop your site my greatest piece of advice is just to trust your gut and go with the people who you can trust and who seem to a) put in the effort to get to know you and your individual needs, and b) do NOT seem like they are simply out for the money. Customer Service is equally important as talent in this field (in my opinion)