I’ll ask the right questions about the site you designed and exactly what it is you’re trying to achieve. Some of these questions may seem a little uncomfortable because I want to learn how you work and communicate and what your expectations are when working with your web developer.
This may or may not be necessary because you may have already built one when you were designing the site. But If you haven’t, I’ll build a visual sitemap so we can see, visually, the flow of information on your site.
At this point I build an interactive prototype in the browser to show you how the site will work. With very little attention to design (the prototype is in black and white) at this stage it gets us close and gives you an opportunity to see your layout on the web and how it flows. It will reveal if the UX/UI needs to be tweaked. If not…
Finally, I get to building the site and making sure all of the functionality of the site is working as planned, and then tested. Once the site has been put through it’s paces, and if not hosting with me, it is transferred to the client’s hosting service and is ready to be presented to the world.
Care and maintenance
Now that the site is complete the work doesn’t stop. Websites need to be taken care of and updated regularly. I am invested in the continued success of each site I build and want to make sure your site performs as expected well into the future. Please refer to my service care plans here.
Need more information?
If you’re like most people you have a lot of questions about getting your site up and running. And the truth is, there are no one-size-fits-all answers. Every site is unique and yours must deliver the results you need to compete online. I will get on the phone with you and answer all your questions. Let’s get the ball rolling.