Our Web Design Process

Research

We start our web design process with Research. In this Phase of your project, our objective will be to unearth all information that will help us understand what makes your organization unique. Our initial conversations will touch upon the following:

  • What are your objectives for the site?
  • Who is your primary target market?
  • Who is your competition?
  • What are your current marketing efforts and how does this project fall into your overall marketing strategy?
  • What thoughts and impressions do you want to leave with your audience?

Analysis

We will analyze the information that we have obtained during our research process to develop the overall strategy and creative direction of your new website including defining the best way to position your company.

Conceptualization

Using the strategy that we have defined we will now create a website concept starting with your website homepage for your review and consideration (Since your homepage is the most important page, we want to make sure we get it right, before moving on). Although 90% of our customers approve the first concept that we provide them with, if you’re not satisfied with the initial concept we can create a new one or make any changes you request to the existing concept. We work with you until you are satisfied.

Once, you have approved your website concept, we create a unique layout of what the inner pages of your website will look like, again we can make any changes you request or create a new concept.

Execution

We move on to the remainder of the website pages, where we work closely with you throughout the development cycle to ensure that your vision, objectives and goals are being met. At this point of all the website pages are created using web design best practices.

Functionality Testing

Once you approve of your new website, we test it thoroughly for technical problems. If any exist, we fix them and re-test your site before its official launch.

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