Identifying the reasons of the site’s existence and what it is supposed to achieve . The goals and objectives that are established at the outset of the project inform all future decisions, from site structure and naming conventions used in the navigation to the visual design of the site
Defining the scope of the project is a critical step. One of the most important steps in any Web project. By creating a well-defined project scope plan that outlines specific activities and deliverables, along with specific timelines, our team will be able to clearly set expectations for our clients
Site architecture includes the sitemap . Creating the sitemap ensures that we’ve considered all the key pages in the site, showing their relationship to each other and defining how the sties overall navigation should be structured.
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, and some creative ideas from our team.
With designs approved, it’s time to flesh out the design of the pages, develop new content and refine old content, create videos, slideshows, podcasts and other media that will appear on the site as well as start to build out the HTML and CSS of the site.
Site Testing & lunch
Before the site is launched, it will be placed on a production server where only internal audiences and anyone who has the link with can view it. Testing of the site is critical, the site must be reviewed on multiple devices and browsers, security checks, penetration tests if everything OK then we lunch 🙂