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Websites & Digital Platforms

Website strategy

Website strategy

Website strategy

Website strategy

Website strategy

Website strategy

Website strategy

Website strategy

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    Our website design process

    This phase is arguably the most crucial since the decisions made and steps outlined here to determine the course of the entire project. During this stage, clients must also be consulted, and their attention should be paid to details.


    • Analyze the requirements.
    • An outline of the project.
    • An overview of the site can be found on the site map.
    • Contracts that define roles and copyrights as well as financial details.
    • Create folder structures on servers and gain access to them.
    • Choose software and resources needed (stock photography, fonts, etc.

    Planning involves transforming information outlined in the planning phase further into reality. The design consists in putting that information into practice. To develop a visual representation, we are delivering a documented site structure. By the time the design phase is complete, the website should roughly take shape, but for the lack of content and unique features.


    • Planning wireframes and design elements.
    • An analysis of the requirements should be used to develop mock-ups.
    • An approval and review cycle must be followed.
    • XHTML/CSS slicing and coding


    During implementation, you will work on both programming and loading content (whether provided by your team or the client). As the full website takes shape, constantly refer to the planning details and comment on the code. Make strategic decisions and avoid future problems by continually testing your work as you go.


    • Create a framework for developing applications.
    • Create template files for each type of page.
    • Develop special interactive features and test them.
    • Fill in with content.
    • Link functionality and links should be tested.

    In the launch phase, preparations are made for viewing the website by the public. Design elements need to be perfected, interactivity and features tested deeply, and user experience is key. Moving a website, if necessary, to its permanent hosting server is an essential step in this phase. The importance of testing in the production environment is that different servers may behave differently and have other traits (e.g., separate database host addresses).


    • The polishing stage.
    • Transmitting live data.
    • The test. Check for compatibility with leading browsers, including BlackBerry, Chrome, Firefox, IE, Safari, iPhone, Opera, and more.







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    Frequently Asked Questions

    01. What is the cost of creating a new website?

    One answer does not fit all. A quote for website design is derived from each project’s specific needs. We design and develop custom web pages for small businesses that are unique and require different components. You will be asked a lot of questions, we will evaluate your needs, and we will offer you a quote.

    02. How does a responsive website work?

    With responsive web design or responsive web development, the website pages are more readable across many devices, including desktop PCs, retina displays, tablet monitors, and mobile phones.

    03. What is the timeline for the launch of my website?

    Depending on your website’s complexity, you will have to set a launch date. Our turnaround time ranges typically between three and six months, depending on the ability of our clients to provide content and feedback and the overall complexity of the build. We will work with your Account Manager to set up a timeline to achieve your launch date.

    04. Once we launch our new site, will you provide ongoing support?

    Whenever you need support or maintenance for your website, we are here to help. Otherwise, we’ll let you deal with it. You can still come to us if your mind changes and you end up needing us!

    05. Is it possible to fix the existing website instead of starting from scratch?

    Site architecture, technology, and the physical appearance of a website determine a website’s ranking on Google as well as the user experience. An update to your graphics or content is one thing. Still, if your site isn’t meeting industry benchmarks (such as mobile responsiveness, user experience, content structure, etc.), you should seriously consider reworking it. With a new website, you can describe your business today, as well as where you want it to be several years down the road. Taking advantage of the growing sophistication of websites will make updating and maintaining them more accessible and easier in the future.

    06. Do you think you can improve the look of my current site?

    Indeed, our experienced experts are ready to help you take your company to the next level!

    07. What is the payment schedule?

    Our typical payment schedule is to make equal payments at the beginning, middle, and end of the project, but we can work with you to create a payment schedule that is convenient for you. Considering the magnitude of the expense, we want to assist you in the best way we can from the budgeting point of view. The payment methods we accept include checks, PayPal, and major credit cards.

    08. When will I have a demo site since my designs were approved?

    In general, once your designs are approved, we await 80% of the content (as discussed above) before we begin the development. Creating an infrastructure that is not necessarily visible must be the first step. Similarly to building a house, once the designs have been approved, the construction site must be prepared, the foundation must be poured, and framing must begin. A demo site is available once your site is close to completion so you can conduct UA testing, training and check it out.

    08. If I switch agencies, will the copyright of my website remain intact?

    This website belongs to you. You can move whenever you like, and we won’t penalize you.