A Web site is more than a collections of graphics, text, links and pop-ups. A well integrated site provides thoughtful navigation, ease of use, many points of entry for desired information and solid reasons for returning. The site's purpose begins and ends with the needs of your primary and secondary audiences. The challenge of successful web design lies within carefully determining audience needs, and clear articulation of the goals and objectives of the site. Be it informational, interactive or commercial, a site lives and breathes for and with its users.
Our approach to site development begins with analysis of your organization's needs, and how your plan for serving visitors can be realized effectively with site content, form and function. The development process is iterative and dynamic, and requires continual evaluation, and sometimes, rethinking of how you might best realize your expectations. The process consists of several phases that include
- Determine project specifications
- Develop a project plan
- Design and construct navigation and page shells
- Develop, process, insert page content and site features
- Perform Quality Assurance
- Launch site
Each phase is equally important and crucial to the success of subsequent phases and the overall project. You may view a visual presentation of the process by clicking the following link.