Building a website is a lot like building a house. There are multiple, well-defined steps. Here’s how our website development process works:
Discovery. What media and assets do you currently have for your new site? What’s missing and still needs to be gathered or created?
Design. In the design phase we draft the blueprint (i.e. mockup) for your new website so you can see what it will look like before it’s actually built. This is where you request changes or modifications to your site's design.
Develop. At this point your work is done. We now take the blueprint from the previous step and actually develop and code your site.
Launch. Once your site is built and thoroughly tested, it’s time to go live on the internet.
Start to finish, our website projects typically take 30-60 days. If it takes longer than this, it’s usually due to a delay in our client getting us the media (ad copy, images, videos, etc) we need to build their site.
For additional information, get a free copy of Mark Brinker’s book, “The Modern Website Makeover”. (Note: The information in Mark’s book is valid for website redesigns as well as brand new website construction.)