How we create success

Web design is all about creating visually appealing and
user-friendly websites.

It involves several stages that work together to produce a website that meets both the needs of you the client and your end-users.

An overview of the typical web design process would be as follows:
Discovery Phase
The first step – here, your web designer will meet with you to discuss your goals, target audience, and the website’s purpose. They will also gather information about your  industry, competitors, and branding guidelines.
Planning Phase
Based on the information gathered in the discovery phase, your web designer will now create a plan for the website’s structure, layout, and content. This plan outlines the site’s architecture, including the pages, sections, and navigation.
Design Phase
At this point, your designer creates a visual representation of the website. This includes the layout, colour scheme, typography, and any other visual elements that make up the site’s look and feel. They will also now create mockups or prototypes to demonstrate how your new site will function.
Development Phase
At this stage, the website comes to life. Our developers use web development tools and programming languages to build the website’s structure and functionality. The website is constantly optimised for speed, security, and responsiveness throughout this phase.
Testing Phase
Once the website is built, your designer will then conduct extensive testing to ensure everything works as expected. This includes testing for bugs, broken links, and user experience issues.
Launch Time
After the testing is complete, your new website is ready to go live. Your designer uploads the site to a server and makes it accessible to the public.
Once your new website is live, the designer monitors its performance and makes updates as needed. This includes updating content, fixing bugs, and ensuring the website is up-to-date with the latest security measures.

Send us a message if you would like to discuss your new website design project further…