From strategy to launch, here’s how we do it
We start with a strategy questionnaire. The questionnaire helps us learn more about you, your project, and your business goals.
An in-depth phone call to learn more about you and see if we’ll be a good fit. We’ll go over the strategy questionnaire and get more clarity on the goals for your new website.
We use the information we’ve gathered from you to build a strategy for your website. This includes things like pages, site architecture, and user flow.
A wireframe is a bare-bones design of your Home Page. Like a blueprint. When you build a house you don’t go right to building, you start by going to the drawing boards and designing a house plan. We’ll work with you to determine the layout and flow.
Style Tile (aka brand board)
A style tile or brand board is a collection of design assets that help determine the design direction of the site. Think of it like an interior designer who shows you samples of paint, tile, and finishes. We curate colors, fonts, and example imagery to give you an idea of the vibe of the site.
Once the wireframe and style tile have been approved, we take those assets and create a hi-fidelity mockup of your Home Page. The mockup phase is where we fine-tune the details and give it some final polish.
Once the mockup design has been approved, we begin to build your site in WordPress in our dev environment. We use modern tools and best practices when crafting your site.
Edits & Testing
Once the site is built in our testing environment, we go through an editing process with you. We also prepare the site to go live by testing it in modern browsers and devices ensuring it looks great on desktop, tablet, and mobile.
We launch your site so it can be seen by the world! We also go through a few more optimizations checks to make sure your site is as fast as it can be.
Website Hosting & Support
Our relationship doesn’t end when your new website has launched. We’ll keep your site updated, secured, and hosted. We’re also here for you as you as your business and web needs continue to grow.