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Building a website that doesn’t convert to leads is a waste of money. When prospects visit your website, what sort of compelling content and clear call to action do you have to capture their contact information and provide value?

Not only are our sites beautiful, they create a great user experience and are built to convert.

Our web development process consists of four steps, Discover, Design, Develop and Deploy. These are the steps needed to be taken from start to finish in order to complete a typical Web development project. It divides and categorizes the work and then breaks these high-level sections into tasks and resources that can be used as a road map for each project.

The timelines below are representative of a standard 10 page website development project.

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  • Discover (1-2 weeks)

    The Discover process is our way of getting to know the exact details of a web development project and what our clients’ goals are for their new online presence.

    • Requirements Analysis (Web Development Questionnaire)
    • Site Map/Wireframes
  • Design (3-6 weeks)

    The Design process includes the construction of user interface, navigation structure and specific design elements.

    • Design interface development
    • Proofing server deployment
  • Develop (2-3 weeks)

    The Develop phase involves the bulk of the programming work. It is at this time where we take the final approved mocks (made available as layered PSD files) and begin the process of conversion into rich HTML and CSS.

    • Staging Server
    • Features and Functionality
    • Testing
  • Deploy (1-2 weeks)

    The deploy process is the final phase in which we have received sign off from the client on the staging server version of the website and we are ready to make the transition to the live server.

    • Server Access
    • Post Launch

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