Our Design Process
A Simplified View
Your Project IdeaWe start with your idea for your website. We collect as much information from you as we can and form a clear picture of what you want to do. It’s important to know what you want the end result to be. Once we accept your project, a contract will be signed and deposit made and we begin work on your new website.
The LayoutThe first thing we do is to create the layout. In the Layout Stage, we lay out the structure of your site and pages, determining where text and elements should be placed and the menu structure. This stage is important as the layout is critical for an aesthetically pleasing and easily navigated site.
The DesignNow that the layout is finished, we submit it for your approval. Once we have your approval for the layout, we begin the actual design process. Here is where we utilize our professional design and graphics skills and put together all the content, elements and graphics to create your professional looking website.
Finish and LaunchAfter the design work is done, we test the functioning of the site and it’s appearance in all major browsers and mobile browsers. Next we complete some final steps and then with your final approval, your site is ready to be deployed to the world! You can host your new site on your own hosting or you can host it with us.
Special Features Available
Video and Video Sliders
Circle, Number and Bar Counters
Social Media Sharing
Content Tabs, Toggles and Boxes
Call To Action
And Many More!
Frequently Asked Questions on Design Projects
How long will it take to design my website?
What do you include with the design project?
What do you need from me?
What about updates or if I need to add something?
For those who need us to do updates to the theme used, or to update WordPress, if used, we offer a simple update maintenance plan. For those who wish us to become their webmaster and let us do all the work of updating, adding new content or pages, making changes, ect. we offer a premium “hands free” maintenance plan. Please see our “Extras” page for details.