How I Work My Magic.
Building an outstanding website that will work for you is not a casual slap-dash affair. To ensure that your new website has the best chance of being successful I will work with you through a carefully structured process.
First, I’ll ask the right questions to uncover the truth about why you need a new website and what it is you are trying to achieve. Some of these questions may seem a little uncomfortable. That’s okay. In fact, if it doesn’t get a little awkward, chances are I haven’t fully done my job.
Once I have the information I need to start, I’ll first build a visual sitemap so we can all get on the same page quickly about what it is you’re trying to communicate with your website, and the best way to structure the information so your website visitors can find what they are looking for quickly and easily.
Instead of simply trying to tell you what I intend to build and hope you understand my jargon, at this point I’ll build an actual INTERACTIVE prototype that you can view in your browser to show you how my solution will work.
There is NO attention to design at this stage It’s not a “pretty” site and looks very little how your final site will look, but it makes things more concrete and gets us real close real quick. This is the opportunity to check how your pages fit together and flow, and to make any needed adjustments to the site map before we get into the final build.
This is where we put all of the pieces together and add the visuals to bring your interactive prototype to life to match your brand identity.
Finally, we go underground for a few weeks to make sure everything is plugged in and tested before deploying and launching your new website to your hosting server so that you can show it off to the whole world.
If you are ready to get started on your new website, click the button below to go to a page where I explain a bit more about my process and what is required, followed by a form where you can tell me a bit about your website goals and objectives before we meet to discuss a proposal.