The Web Design Process
First, we all sit down around a table and figure out what your specific needs are for your website. Everyone’s there, including the designer, the coder, a customer service specialist, and of course you.
We figure out what kind of pages you would like to have, and we enumerate what kind of content needs to be used.
Creating & Gathering
During this phase, we are tasked with creating any content that needs to be created: photographs are taken, copy is written, logos are brushed up if necessary. We gather all the content you have for us, and arrange everything in a logical way according to the plan we created at The Meeting.
Here’s where the designer gets to work: from the basic plan and the arrangment of data from the last two phases, the designer will build a prototype of each page, which will be sent to you for approval. Of course, if the site is large and complex, not every page needs to be prototyped, so the designer will map out the themes for each page type.
Coding & Implementation