The Web Design Process
We need to start by deciding the most important parts of your website: goals, target audience, message(s), competition, etc. This helps me understand what you’re expecting from your new website, while also describing what we can develop together.
Site architecture includes the sitemap and wireframes of pages. Creating the sitemap ensures that we’ve considered all the key pages on the site, showing their relationship to each other and defining how the sites overall navigation should be structured.
Once the blueprint for the site has been defined through the creation of the sitemap and wireframes, the next step is to create a visual style. The goal is always to connect the Web with all other forms of your organization’s communications.
Site Testing and Launch
Before the site is launched, it will be placed on a production server where only internal audiences and anyone who you share the link with can view it. Once approved, we will launch the Website and will listen to user feedback in case something needs to be changed.
Websites are living, breathing entities and need constant care and maintenance. Updating content, making changes to the backend and fixing broken links are all in a day’s work. All of these phases are critical to the Web design process.