Our Approach to Web Design

Our Approach to Web Design

Step1

Discovery


Our initial step is to gather as much information from our clients as possible to ensure we tailor the most suitable website for your company.

The main objective is to research your industry, target market and ultimate goal you wish to achieve.

Discovery


Step2

Planning


We spend just as much time planning the design and strategy of your website, as we do developing it.

We believe planning and research is crucial to achieving client satisfaction, clarifying the objectives and design for your website.

Planning





Step3

Design


Each step is crucially important, but the design of your website directly impacts how your webpage is portrayed to potential customers.

Design should accomodate content and content should accommodate design. Working in harmony to deliver your message in the most effective manner.

Planning


Step4

Develop


This is where we begin to bring your website to life, translating design into code.

Our design for your website always has the development process in mind, which gives a partnership to both stages, keeping our designers and coders on the "same page" every step of the way.

Develop


Step5

Testing


In reality, we are constantly testing your website as it's being developed. Although as launching your website moves closer, a more intense testing phase moves in.

We create checklists to ensure all aspects of your website are correct and finalised. This includes front-end and back-end functionality.

Testing


Step6

Launch


When it comes time to launch your website, we will consult our checklists once again to establish a perfect, finalized product before handover.

It's important to investigate each step of the entire process and ensure configuration on the back-end is set up and functional, as well as proof reading any content or discovering design flaws on the front-end.

Launch


Step7

Maintain


A greatly overlooked aspect of owning a website is maintenance. We believe it's important to educate potential clients on the long-term responsibilities of owning a website.

Maintaining the health of your website can lead to on-going success and a source of recurring revenue.

Maintain