A six-step method: 1. Meet. 2. Proposal. 3. Design. 4. Build. 5. Evaluation. 6. Completion.
See the process
Meet and identify your needs
Create an estimate of the expected costs for your requirements. You will receive a quote.
Designing the product.
Construction of your product.
Reviewing the correctness and identifying necessary adjustments.
Delivery of the finished product.
Start with an exploratory conversation about your current situation and vision for the new product.
Discuss Current Situation
Share your current situation, expectations, and desires.
Specify Your Wishes
It’s important to have a precise understanding of your expectations. Look at inspiring websites and specify core values that should be emphasized. Clearly define your target audience and the primary purpose of your website.
Presenting a detailed proposal that outlines the appearance and functionality of the product.
Based on your expectations, you will receive a proposal that gives you an overview of the product’s design and functionality.
The proposal will include a quotation that outlines the associated costs.
Bring the product to life through thoughtful design.
Layout and Structure
After proposal approval, a ‘flat’ version of your website will be created—a purely visual representation without functionalities. It can be a single page or multiple pages (as agreed in the proposal, additional pages can be requested).
Look and Feel
The design will embody the desired look and feel, with design trends consistent across all pages. Following the design phase, an evaluation will be conducted to make necessary adjustments.
Actualize the product through construction.
Building the Product
Upon design approval, the website construction will commence, incorporating the planned functionalities.
The timeframe depends on the scope of work. For a standard website with 5 to 10 pages and basic functionalities, the process typically takes a few weeks. Larger or more complex websites, such as e-commerce platforms with numerous products and advanced features, require more time.
Your product is nearly complete. An evaluation will be conducted to accommodate changes and adaptations.
Your product is almost complete. All that remains is an evaluation in which it is possible to change and adapt things.
While the aim is to get everything right the first time, unexpected variations may arise. Flexibility is provided for adjustments, such as element placement, minor functional tweaks, or design refinements.
The final phase of the process—completion.
Your product is ready! It meets your expectations and design requirements, offering a remarkable solution for your busines
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