The methodology we adopt to design your website is outlined
1) Evaluating your needs
We start by asking you about
your website requirements. We gather information about
your website goals, company, services, etc. We use this
information to prepare an outline of your requirements.
Collecting materials for the website
We request you for
materials for the website in the form of brochures, product
info, photos, etc. The more you provide us with the better.
3) Content map and sample designs
The next step is to establish
the site architecture in the form of a content map
(or site map). Based on the content map we also provide
sample designs for your review. The content map and sample
designs allow us to discuss with you about the look and feel
you would like for the site. Your feedback is essential
in the design process and is welcome at all stages.
Based on your feedback on the sample designs
we build the website site starting from the home page
(or the main page) of the site. As each page is completed
we upload it on to a test server so that you can review
the progress of the site at any time. Any programs such
as an ecommerce system are also developed this stage.
Website testing and debugging
Once the site is complete
it is opened for beta-testing by you as well as others
you may invite to look at the site. The site is available
on the test server during this process and feedback received
from testing is incorporated into the site.
6) Site goes
Once the testing and debugging process is complete
we add the relevant search engine meta-tags (note that
we have a seperate search engine optimization service
in case you require top rankings on search results) and take
the site live. We also provide you with access to the
email accounts and website statistics page for your website.