The Design & Development Process
Discuss with the customer about their needs and how Crimson Dog Web Design can assist them.
Create a general site map, break down time involved, and make suggestions.
Define budgets and costs.
Site Architecture & Concept Development
Refine and create a solid site map to use as an outline for the Web Site.
Develop architecture and navigation.
Create general look and feel on paper.
Present concepts to the client.
Make adjustments to the selected concept.
Design the general look and feel of the Web Site. This is 1-2 pages.
Present the design to the client for comments.
After the client's feedback, make the appropriate revisions.
Refine and develop details.
Once the general look and feel design is approved, create and upload 1-2 pages up on the Internet. This is a private space for the customer.
Test for usability and functionality, and present to the client.
Create rest of the design.
Program and implement the rest of the technical infrastructure.
Test the completed Web Site for layout, usability, and functionality.
Upload the completed Web Site on the Internet and present to the client.
Make the necessary final adjustments and refinements.
Go live using client's own domain name.
Follow up to assess productivity of the Web Site, for new opportunities, and for any additional help or questions the customer might have.
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