Defining and refining your aims to match them with those of your users
This is the research phase. We listen and ask you lots of questions to learn more about business as well as your audience.
We design, you review, we revise until we’re both happy with the look of your site.
Before your design is finalised we may go through a couple of revisions. Typically this is reduced to one revision because of our good planning.
We’ll see if it all works and you’re happy with it before we built it.
Before we invest time and money in coding your project, we’ll build a visual model to see it you’re happy with everything.
Build & Development
We design for people but we must also take into accounts the website run on machines.
We’ll code your website using the latest and most stable technologies to make sure your website will be loved by your customers and computers.
Does your website work as expected? We’ll iron out any problems that we find during testing phase.
We’ll work with you to make sure your site is free from errors including spelling, usability, broken links and functionality issues.
Promotion & Marketing
Having your good website up and running is just the start.
We’ll help you let people know that your business is live by setting up various marketing campaigns.
Support & Evolution
Websites need to evolve with time and you need to concentrate on your business.
This is why we provide on-going support within your service level agreement (SLA). Typically we recommend a review of your site 3 months after its launch day and then every six months.
Do you have a price list for your web design services?
No. Unlike many web design agencies, we individualise each project to such a degree that it’s difficult to give a price before first discussing the project. Our prices range from £500 – £15,000 + vat.
How do you work out the cost of a project?
Generally we use the following factors to work out the cost of our projects:
- Nature of your business and its requirements
- Project scale in terms of time and difficulty
- Delivery and timeline requirements
- Static and dynamic functions & features
- Type of support you need – both during development and after completion
- Provision and type of content
- Beneficial add-ons
I want to start my online business with full shopping capabilities. What would you consider as “decent” budget?
Again this depends on your individual business needs, but typically, in order for us to provide a high quality service you should budget around £5,000 + vat. This would allow us to to provide value-added services like branding (logo design, brochure, business cards, etc), basic marketing, copy writing and expert advice and consulting to help you start on solid grounds.
Do you only take UK customers?
Mostly yes, but we are open to discuss international project. This largely depends on where you live.