We work with you to determine why you need a site, what you want your site to do, and define the scope of the project. We discover what kinds of pages and other features the site will require to fulfil your goals. Once the scope is well-defined, we can start digging into the sitemap and wireframe, and define how those pages and features will interrelate.
Once the blueprint for the site has been defined—through the creation of the sitemap and wireframes—the next step is to create a visual style. The overall visual style will most likely be determined by the visual brand of the organization. The goal is to connect all other forms of the organization’s communications to the Web.
Once designs are approved, it’s time to flesh out the pages—by developing new content and refining old content, creating videos, slideshows, and other media that will appear on the site, and starting to build out the HTML and CSS of the site.
Quality Assurance (QA) and Launch
At this stage, you've defined how all your pages will display to site visitors, so it's time to make sure it all works. We combine manual browsing of the site on a variety of devices with automated site crawlers, to identify everything from user experience issues to broken links. Once everything's working seamlessly, it's time to plan and execute your site’s launch!