Our website . . . . design process

Having been involved in design, development and maintenance of website over the past 15 years, we have established a practical system and sequence of events that assists us and our clients in clearly defining the objectives of their online presence and hence creating the best solution.

Our design process is based on creating a user friendly experience that engages and stimulates the visitors to your site. Fast loading graphics and targeted professional imagery, clear and well defined layout structure are all in-built in our methodology and approach to web design.

We also appreciate that the client knows more about their business than anyone else. So we work as a team with our clients to create the most effective solution that would help them to achieve their goals.

Below is a short outline of the process involved and the sequence of events in creating your website:

  1. Creating an accurate brief
This is essential and critical to the development of an effective website. Over the years we have managed to create a practical system that helps us to create an accurate “ brief”. It involves a series of thought provoking questions and answers exchanged between us and our clients leading to a “brief” that reflects the exact expectations and requirements of the client. The following is an outline of the topics we look into:

• Mission and vision of your company
• Your compnay’s services and/or products
• Defining website’s aims and objectives ( direct sale, targeted marketing, providing information etc)
• Specifying primary and secondary “Target Audience” for the site
• What is the single most important benefit of your company/product? (Your USP)

. . . . just to mention a few!

  2. Confirming time-frame and budget

  3. Research into the statusco of how similar businesses portray themselves
 
  4. Creating a visual storyboard that represents the site map

  5. Create homepage and follow-on graphics (non-html) for presentation
     
  6. Receive feedback from client and carry out possible modifications

  7. Finalise design

  8. Write copy or use copy supplied by client to create content

  9. Present client with the finalised non-html draft site for final assessment

10. Having receive approval from client to go ahead, Construction of site
      in html begins

11. The homepage and a typical follow-on page are uploaded into our
      test server for client to see and evaluate the basic structure and looks of the site

12. Having received approval from client to go ahead, the rest of the site is created and
      uploaded into our test server for final approval

13. Cross-platforming test

14. The final site is made live by uploading into the server
 
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