The Phases we Process
The first step to develop a website is gathering information and all the needed data to make a successful and user friendly website. This phase is very important because it is the base and any website development process. Here we define the purpose of the website, goals, target audience and most important the content. These 4 thinks makes the further process easier. Using the gathered information we create a plan or site map which will guide through the whole process.
by the above process we get clear concept of your requirement and based on that we start our design process with drawing and to the look and feel part. Targeted audience is the major factor while considering look and feel. This is actually in .jpg format to just make sure you like the look part. Thereafter may be you need some rectification and modification. We do all necessary work ups as the client needs. We allow you to view your project throughout the design and development stages.
The development is the process where the website itself is created. Here the designer takes all the required graphic elements from the prototype and develops the actual website, the functional site. We first develops the home page which is the most important and attractive part of any website and like a cover page of a magazine. Once the home page has been created, your designer will take your content and distribute it throughout the site, in the appropriate areas. On the technical front, a successful web site requires an understanding of front-end web development. This involves writing valid XHTML / CSS code that complies to current web standards, maximizing functionality, as well as accessibility for as large an audience as possible.
At this point we start with the final process of the website, which consists testing, launching. Here we test the for compatibility issues with forms or any other scripts, view differences between different web browsers and ensures that your website is optimized to be viewed properly in the most recent browser versions.