Do you want to have an amazing professional website that provides good information, is easy to navigate and has custom functionality that suit your business needs. We specialise in designing and building custom, not “template” websites. The process involves three main stages, planning, design and build.
Planning UX Design
Planning your website before designing and building it is an essential part of the process. This stage is commonly referred to as UI/UX design process, or user experience design.
1. Starts with consultation
2. Site structure of pages in your site
3. UX research & direction
4. Wireframe mock-ups of key template pages
5. Live working prototypes
Web / UI Design
After approval of wireframes, high fidelity designs are done based on the wireframe layouts.
Key pages generally would be the home page, information pages, product/service landing pages and product/service detail pages.
These high fidelity design mock-ups will coincide with your business’s branding. Including colours, fonts, logo and imagery. These are again put into a live prototype where testing can be done.
Once approved it’s then on the build stage.
Without going into too much detail here and putting your head into a spin, I want to briefly explain what is commonly referred to as website development.
For your content (text and images) to be rendered on a computer screen, it uses coding languages to display content in a neatly formatted way. And code also styles your website to match your brand.
This is a large and crucial part of the website process. After your new website is built, testing is employed on all devices from desktop, to tablet to mobile. Then GO LIVE!
Benefits of a Fully Custom Website
Research & Planned to engage your target audience and achieve maximum conversions, weather that be sales or leads
Allows “user testing” to be done before building your website. Which saves us time when it comes to the web development stage.
Get your website to look and perform exactly how you and your customers want it.
They load FASTER! Your audience and Google love’s a fast loading website, which ultimately is better for conversions.