Web Development

We have been designing, building and supporting websites for over 10 years.

Simplify the jargon and deliver websites tailored to your business.

Our website design process has 3 phases and explores each step with you to ensure the best results.

Phase 1: Scope & Content Planning

Our objective: To be as specific and detailed as possible.

In which we define the staging, live server environments and domains as well as site scripting languages and CMS system. We can then identify any imposed technical restrictions.

Where we define all site functionality, 3rd party integrations and propose solutions for these.

Content Mapping
Where we define the site map and hierarchy, which types of content will sit on specific pages and the CMS requirements for the content upload. Integral to this will be User Journeys and assignment of relevant secondary pages.

Phase 2: Design & Prototyping

Our objective: To move from wireframes to polished prototypes.

The fun part! Website branding and the creation of guidelines so we can define typography styles and hierarchy. We can then agree the site colour pallet for primary and secondary prominence.

We create low fidelity wireframes of key pages and using real content where possible, we fully design key pages and templates.

The building of essential user inactions such a button hovers and rollovers, fade transitions and other visuals.

Phase 3: Development

Our objective: To see your design realised and your company connected.

We set up local and staging development environments, this will include domain name and SSL management.

A bespoke theme and CMS solution is integrated, and site functionality built. This is followed by testing and performance improvements.

Typically, we build using a HTML5, SASS/CSS, JS and PHP stack and favour WordPress as the CMS.

3, 2, 1… Deploy!

One we’ve completed all amends and received sign off, we deploy your new website to its live server.

A website is never truly ‘finished’ so we offer a range of support and maintenance services to keep your product up to date.

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