Why you need a website? Let’s start with the easy question (well not so easy, really). Starting from here, we, step by step, will uncover the reasons behind your choice and focus on your business goals.
It’s completely normal to feel uncomfortable at the beginning; in fact, if you are not feeling uncomfortable, it’s quite possible that I haven’t done my job.
Once I have all the information I need from you, I can start building a visual sitemap. Consider the sitemap like a diagram/schematic representation of the website structure.
The sitemap will assure that we are on the same page and we both agree on the site structure.
Instead of trying to explain what I built in my mind and hoping you understand, I’ll build an interactive prototype.
The prototype is an online (usually black and white) website with dummy content and basic interactions and no design at all applied.
In this way, you can focus on basic website functionalities like interactions between pages posts and content.
Design and Development
Here is where the wheels are hitting the road!
The design and development stage is where I am actually starting to bake the real website with the content you provided at early stages and shaping the eventually beautiful product you will be so proud of.
Finally, the last period of time is where everything will be fine tuned, connected, and polished, preparing for the final delivery.
The website will be connected to the internet and search engines and dressed for the show.