It’s why we always meet our clients in person before quoting for any website work no matter how small or big the project turns out to be. We believe this initial chat to be an essential step in the website design process and preferably will take place without the use of any technology. This meeting will allow for the production of a loose website design brief with no preconceived ideas from either side about how the website needs to work or look. This means that right from the start our client’s requirements shape the website design and page structure.
We pride ourselves on our ability to convert our clients ideas and wishes into fully functioning websites which generate sales leads and income for their businesses. We achieve this by working closely with our clients from the start. Whether this is a first website or an existing website that needs updating we work closely with you to achieve the best result.
We ensure that the website delivered fulfills all of your requirements and can provide advice on the following:
We analyze your existing website to check how it is working for your business before making any changes. Some of the items to be covered include:
Regardless of the size of the project we always meet our clients face to face before quoting for any work. This means that right from the start our clients requirements are our top priority and their needs shape the structure and design of the website.
We design a page structure for your website based on our initial briefing meeting. This is a starting point and can be adjusted. The quotation for the website is based on this page structure.
Once the website quotation has been agreed we begin the design of the website. Using your requirements, photographs and corporate identity we first provide a visual for the Home Page which will give a good sense of how the website will look when finished. We won't begin to build the physical website until agreement has been reached on the design.
We start to build the website once agreement has been reached on the page structure and design. It is important to have most of your content gathered in advance to reduce delays. This includes all of the text content, photographs, logos and documents. The website will not be visible to the public during this stage.
We provide access to the website during this final stage before publication. This is your opportunity to check the content, test links and spot any problems.
Congratulations! The hard work has been worth it and the website is published.