The Six Step Web Design Process That Works
The best practices of any web design consultant are to first analyze the website's goals. We will ask you questions in order to gain a thorough understanding of what is important for your company's brand, what is your value proposition or unique selling point, who is your ideal customer and what problem are you solving for them.
The sitemap is the starting point for your website. It's a blueprint that communicates how users will interact with every page on your site, and makes navigation easy by laying out what content to expect at each level of depth. Approving it ensures you have all important elements in place before moving into the copy deck phase.
A Creative Way To Engage Your Viewers
There are many different pieces to a website, but the deck that helps you create content is not something we often think about. Web page copy decks provide a consistent set of elements which can easily applied to your web design system and help create an engaging web experience for users.
Wireframes (low-fidelity mockup) of your site will be developed. The wireframes serves 3 simple and exact purposes:It presents the information that will be displayed on the page It gives an outline of how to structure your layout, often highlighting important areas like navigation or content blocks. The overall direction and description of the user interface are conveyed as well.
Prototypes are the next step in design following wire-framing. Prototypical features include colour, animations and content that will be on or included within your product.
Prototypes are great for taking your design from a wireframe to the next step. Prototyping lets you see how different parts of your webpage will work together and make adjustments before it goes live, saving valuable time in development.
The development process for your website focuses on bringing it to life. Using a design you've approved, we'll build this site in Webflow and make sure everything is responsive, the website is fast, secure and easy to edit.
A website is not a project to rush. With so many different elements that can be adjusted, it's best if you take your time with the process of revisions and approval before going live. Start by checking each page individually for anything that needs revision or may need future adjustment as well; this will help avoid any problems down the line!