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Method in the madness

Maybe you’ve never thought about your approach to the web design process in these terms, but this is how we work.

Learn

Exceptional websites start by understanding your requirements. We’ll ask you questions to understand your image, goals, budget, target markets, content requirements, reference sites, materials and desired outcomes. Basically, we’ll cover everything you know and want at this point.

Once we’ve learned what you need, it’s time to start planning how we are going to make it happen. We’ll map out your site map, it may look a bit like a family tree, but this very important exercise maps out the hierarchy, structure and scope of the pages of your website. We’ll also put pen to paper and get our creative ideas flowing which results in us sketching wireframes.

Plan

Design

We’ll continue to get our creative ideas flowing and create digital Wireframes – basically blueprints of your website, here we’ll identify what works best in order to communicate your website’s goals. We’ll share the skeleton of your website with you.

Choices about layout, type size and colour palettes are tested within a number of ideas—we’ll identify what works best in order to communicate your website’s goals. We’ll create and review mock ups with you and refine/revise accordingly until we have approval.

This highly visual stage really starts to breathe life into your website.

Once your killer design is signed off we put your site into development. We’ll build a working system that mimics the final design with clean, semantic code. Your site is then deployed to a staging environment where we’ll rigorously test its functionality and iron out any bugs before handing the system over to you for testing.

Build

Launch

Once everyone is satisfied we’ll put your website into a launch-ready state. Your website will require content. We’ll work with you to ensure you are unstoppable when it comes to using and populating your new website. When you’ve finally perfected the site, it’s time to release it to the public.