How We Work

Planning

Planning

  • Planning the website involves creating a wireframe and sitemap. This is an important step because it is kind of like the skeleton of your site. This process can take about 2-6 weeks to complete. The sitemap allows the developer to get an outline of what the site will look like, what pages there will be and how they will interact with each other.
Research and Goal Setting

Research and Goal Setting

  • What do I hope for my website to accomplish? Who is the audience I would like to target? What are the main goals of the website?
Design: Page Layouts, Review, and Approval Cycle

Design: Page Layouts, Review, and Approval Cycle

  • During the design phase, your website takes shape. All the visual content, such as images, photos, and videos is created at this step. Once again, all the info that was gathered through the first phase is crucial. The customer and target audience must be kept in mind while you work on a design
Content Writing and Assembly

Content Writing and Assembly

  • Content writing and compiling usually overlaps with other stages of website creation, and its role can’t be underestimated. At this step, it is necessary to put in writing the very essence you’d like to communicate to the audience
Coding

Coding

  • At this step, you can finally start creating the website itself. Graphic elements that have been designed during the previous stages should be used to create an actual website. Usually, the home page is created first, and then all sub-pages are added, according to the website hierarchy that was previously created in the form of a sitemap.
Testing, Review, and Launch

Testing, Review, and Launch

  • Testing is probably the most routine part of a process. Every single link should be tested to make sure that there are no broken ones among them. You should check every form, every script, run a spell-checking software to find possible typos.
Maintenance: Opinion Monitoring and Regular Updating

Maintenance: Opinion Monitoring and Regular Updating

  • What’s important to remember is that a website is more of a service than a product. It’s not enough to “deliver” a website to a user. You should also make sure that everything works fine, and everybody is satisfied and always be prepared to make changes in another case.