HOW WE CRAFT YOUR WEBSITE?
We start with an in-depth and comprehensive discussion about the design/look/feel and the goals of the website. We will discuss ecommerce options, what message you would like to deliver, best practices to create trust and loyalty with your customers, plus what are best elements to use to provide intuitive site use.
1. EVALUATION OF CURRENT SITUATION
If you already have an existing website, we will determine what its strengths and weaknesses are. We will analyze all content and look/feel of your site, identify areas in need of change or further improvement then discuss what the direct result will be for your renovated site..
2. BUSINESS ANALYSIS
On the basis of your business and target audience, we will address your business messages to your site visitors. This will aid us in sorting content by priority, helping them realize that you are the right company/product/service for them.
3. DEVELOP CREATIVE DESIGN
According to the message you want your website to carry, we will conduct creative research that will help us outline a framework within which we will prepare correct and attractive design. Our designers take responsibility for that. They are well trained and experienced in creating effective appearance and structure of a website.
5. USE OF SUITABLE CMS
Depending on your needs we use one of these systems for data management: Drupal or Wordpress. This is essential for the future optimization and adding additional information and pages to your website. You will be trained how to put fresh content on the website on your own, such as text or pictures, thus saving you time and money.
We use the latest generally accepted standards in programming to make sure your website is compatible with all mobile devices and will be recognized by all search engines. Nowadays, mobile Internet is becoming more and more popular in business and that's why we believe it is essential your website to be suitable for mobile devices such as smart phones, tablets, etc.
6. QUALITY INSPECTION AND TESTS
Once created your website passes stress tests involving potential errors, load balancing and browser compatibility.