Extended Process

When a company is operating in a crowded and competitive environment, an in-depth research before creating a website is crucial for standing out. It involves understanding the target audience’s needs, analyzing competitors’ strengths and weaknesses, and identifying market trends. This comprehensive research helps tailor the website’s design and content to attract and engage users effectively.

How We Do It

1- Discovery Phase

The first step in creating a website is the discovery phase. This is all about: asking a lot of questions, gathering information, understanding the audience, analyzing the industry, researching the competition; and creating a project plan with goals, budgets, schedules, accessibility guidelines, personas, user testing and a stage area set-up if necessary.

2-Website Plan & Site Architecture

The second step in the web development process is to develop a paln. This includes defining the purpose of the website, identifying the target audience, determining the features and functionality that the website will need. With plan, comes the creation of the site architecture, also called a sitemap, it is an organizational map that sets the overall structure and creates a blueprint of the entire site. From the sitemap, wireframes are created. Simply put, wireframes work as the storyboards of the site.

3- Content Creation and Design

Here is where information and design comes together. And good design matters. The site’s look and feel is effectively communicated through an appealing and appropriate design that enhances the brand and it is meaningful to the target audience.

4- User Testing (UX)

The fourth step is about user testing. By creating a prototype, we are able to evaluate and measure the site by testing it with representative users. After feedback and revisions, yes, there are always revisions, the optimization and programming start.

With the advent of Web 2.0, the design and content are separate. Through the use of cascade style sheets (CSS) and other technologies, like a content management system (CMS) the content come together into a unified look and feel. And then, we test again.

5- Launching & Beyond

The last step is launching & beyond. We could say that, for a brand-new website, this is just the beginning. Real promotions start after the website’s launch. Using blogs, SEO, social networks, link building techniques, all with the support of strong website analytics, the site becomes accessible and visible.

The web is all about finding information quickly and easily, having a conversation, and building relationships.

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6- Updates and Security

Regular maintenance is crucial part any website. It ensures the security of your website, protecting sensitive data and maintaining user trust in the face of evolving cyber threats. Additionally, it keeps your website running smoothly by updating software and plugins, fixing broken links, and addressing any errors that may arise. Regular maintenance also plays a significant role in SEO, as search engines favor well-maintained websites with fresh content and strong technical health.