The Web Design Process
Posting a website can be like hiding a brochure under a rock. The trick is figuring out how to get as many people as possible to look under that rock for that brochure. With thousands of sites coming online every week - each more elaborate than the next - the pressure to grab someone's attention and effectively communicate a message with good graphic design is intense. The trick is designing for functionality, which takes every bit as much skill as designing a newsletter for readability or illustrating a book. With design in mind, I ask the questions that help me understand the backbone of the business, where the business is intended to go, and how we can collaborate to create a website that will have your customers coming back.
Below are the steps I take when it comes to designing your website.
A) Outlining a layout for your business / Figuring out the pages.
B. Gathering the content for the website.
C. Designing the look of the website.
D. Obtaining a domain name (or use your existing)
E. Maintain hosting for your domain. (Monthly Fee)
F. Upload the designed website and its functionalities / test to make sure everything is running correctly.