Web Development Process

Our design and development team becomes your team as we work together to create a website that attracts potential customers and strengthens your online presence. Our user experience skills put us in the frame of mind of your customer. We determine why they visit your site and how we can direct them to what they are looking for, seamlessly. We’ve all done it, get to a website can’t find what we need in 15 seconds so we leave. That is the user experience. We work hard on this aspect of your site to ensure your visitors find what they need.

1. Your Goals

Your website is unique which is why we take the time to understand the goals your website is intended to accomplish. We learn about your needs, brand and company identity, and then determine the best course of action for online success.

2. Planning

After our initial meeting, we’ll construct an outline of your website development project. This will help determine what we’ll need from you, the project milestones we’ve established and our deadlines we put in place in order to achieve your goals.

3. Mockups

Our team will design a draft of your website so you can begin to see your vision come to life. We design with your customer in mind, creating specific elements that will appeal to your target audience and facilitate growth for your business.

4. Development

After the design work is complete and you approve a final mockup, we send it off to our development team to turn your vision into reality. Our skilled developers utilize the latest coding practices as they begin to build your website.

5. Quality Check

Before we launch your new site, we will take the time to comb through and ensure optimal performance once live. Our team double-checks all of the technical details that could prohibit a website’s success and addresses any issues that may be discovered

6. Launch

With quality and performance in check, we officially have the green light to launch. Through a seamless process, our team will set your new website live for the world to see! We will continue to monitor your site post-launch.

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