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How We Deliver

From initial planning to ongoing maintenance and optimisation
1. Define the purpose and goals of the website

Before starting to build your website, you need to determine its purpose and what you want to achieve with it. Consider your target audience and their needs, as well as your own business goals. This will help you create a clear vision and direction for your website. Ensure that the website’s purpose aligns with your overall business strategy.

2. Conduct research on the target audience and competitors

Understanding your target audience is key to building an effective website. Research your ideal customer and their behavior online to identify their needs, preferences, and pain points. Additionally, analyze your competitors to see what they are doing well and where there may be gaps in the market that you can fill. This information can inform your website design and content strategy.

3. Create a site map to determine the organization and structure of the website

A site map is a visual representation of the pages and content on your website. It helps you organise your information and create a logical hierarchy of information that is easy for users to navigate. A good site map also takes into account SEO best practices and ensures that your website is optimised for search engines. Plan out the site map before creating wireframes or designing any web pages.

4. Develop wireframes to establish the layout and content of each page

Wireframes are like blueprints for your website. They show the basic layout and structure of each page, without getting into specific design details. This is an important stage because it allows you to test different layouts and see how they work before investing time and resources into creating finished designs. It also allows you to identify areas that need more content or functionality.

5. Design the visual elements, such as typography, colour scheme, and imagery

Once you have established the basic layout and structure of your website, it’s time to start thinking about the visual elements. This includes selecting a colour scheme, choosing fonts, and selecting imagery. Your visual design should be consistent with your brand identity and appeal to your target audience. The design should also take into account accessibility guidelines to ensure usability by all visitors.

6. Build the website using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript

This is the technical part of the process where you actually build the website. Coding languages like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript are used to create the structure, style, and functionality of your website. It’s important to ensure that your code is clean, efficient, and optimised for performance. Code should comply with W3C standards and be tested for compatibility across various devices and browsers.

7. Test the website for functionality, usability, and compatibility across different devices and browsers

It’s important to test your website thoroughly before launching it. This includes testing for functionality, to ensure that all links, forms, and other interactive elements work correctly. You should also test for usability to ensure that the site is easy to use and navigate. Compatibility testing involves checking that the site works correctly across different devices and web browsers. Testing should be done throughout the development cycle and after launch for maintenance.

8. Launch the website and promote it through various channels, such as social media and search engines

Once your website is built and tested, it’s time to launch it! This step involves making the website live on the internet and ensuring that it’s accessible to your target audience. You should also promote your website through various marketing channels, such as social media and search engines. Implementing SEO tactics and posting engaging content can improve visibility and drive traffic to the website.

9. Monitor and analyze website performance using analytics tools

After launching your website, it’s important to track its performance using analytics tools. This will help you understand how people are using your website, where they are coming from, and what content is most popular. This data can be used to make informed decisions about future updates and improvements to your website. Tools such as Google Analytics enable measurement of performance metrics and identification of user trends.

10. Make updates and improvements based on user feedback and data analysis.

Continual improvement is necessary to keep your website relevant and effective. Based on user feedback and data analysis, update content, improve functionality or make changes to the design. By regularly assessing and adjusting your site, you can ensure that it remains engaging and effective over time. Feedback can be obtained through surveys, contact forms, user reviews, and site usage patterns. Regular testing and maintenance can ensure optimal performance.

Each step represents a typical component of the website development process / how we deliver.

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