Web design Process
Whether you require an entire site from scratch or need your existing pages redesigned, Our team of professionals will put into action our thorough design process which begins by identifying your needs and ends with the launch of your site.
Step One –Project definition:
The initial step of any project is to define a customer’s unique requirements. On Pre-Production Stage our company leads the negotiations with potential clients that touch different areas: initial project requirements, business purposes, timeline, project budget, other conditions, etc.
Step Two –Project Analysis:
Project Analysis includes the following stages:
- Platforms and Technologies Choice
- Third-Party Service Integration Analysis
- Third-Party Solutions Integration Analysis
- System Architecture
- Technical Proposal Draft development
Based on the pre-defined Budget, Business Requirements, and Project Specification drafts, there is enough information to propose a suitable technical solution – Technical Proposal Draft.
Step Three – Prototype
Now it’s time to bring everything together. We work with you to develop a layout, design appropriate graphics, and finalize an efficient navigation structure. Then we create a prototype of the site which you’ll be able to view through our special “Client’s Area.” With your input, we will continue to refine the site until you are satisfied so you’ll know exactly what the finished product will look like in advance.
Step Four – Production
After you approve the prototype, our team starts turning it into a reality. This step involves optimizing graphics for web viewing, coding the pages into different web languages based on your needs, and testing the site every step of the way for quality assurance.
Step Five – Go Live
Once the site is complete and you have approved its final form, it is time to go “live.” Now all the hard work pays off and the site will be accessible to anyone on the Internet.
Step Six – Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance tasks are usually spread along the whole development process to ensure the highest quality of final product.
Standard Quality Assurance measures include:
- Objectives and Acceptance Criteria Definition
- Test Plan Development
- Usability Testing
- Functional Testing & Debugging
- Third-Party Services Integration Testing
- Security Testing and Hacker Attempts
- Performance & Stress Testing
- “Human-factor” Suggestions
Step Seven – Ongoing Support
Of course, even once your site is up and ready, we will continue to provide you valuable and useful support. As long as you have your site, we’ll be there to assist you.