The Brief

It all starts here. We begin by digging into the nitty gritty of your business. We'll ask a bunch of questions to figure out why you need a new website and exactly what it is you want to achieve. It'll probably get a bit uncomfortable during this phase, kind of like getting a physical. It has to be this way so we can diagnose what the problems are in order to come up with the perfect solution.

The Sitemap

After getting all up in your stuff we will build a visual sitemap. You might be asking yourself, "What's a sitemap?" That's a great question. We're glad you asked. It's a very simple diagram, like an org chart. It let's us all get on the same page very quickly about what it is we're trying to communicate and visualizes the best way to structure your information.

The Prototype

Wouldn't it be great if you could see what your website was going to look like before we actually started building it? We think so too. That's why we are going to build an interactive prototype that works in your web browser. It will give you a glimpse into our solution and how it's going to work. WARNING. This is not the final design so it ain't going to look pretty but it does get the point across.

The Design

Grab some chips and a cold pop cause the party is about the get started. Remember that interactive prototype-thingy we made for you? Now we get to play with it, add a splash of color, tweak the fonts, throw in your logo, stretch and squeeze a few things, and, BAM, just like that, we have a design that matches your brand identity.

The Delivery

It's time to develop the design into a fully functioning  money making machine. We test every page to make sure it all works the way it's supposed to. We even like to include you during this phase. We share a private link of the development site so you can visit it, look around, and try things out. Show it off to a select group of friends and have them test it. Please don't ask them for design input. We are already past that phase. 🙂

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