A method consisting of a six-step process. 1. Meet. 2. Proposal. 3. Design. 4. Build. 5. Evaluation. 6. Completion.
Meet and identify your needs
Drawing up the expected costs of your wishes. You will receive a quote.
Designing the product.
Your product will be built.
Check if everything is correct and what needs to be adjusted.
Delivery of the product has been completed.
First of all, an exploratory conversation about the current situation and what your new product should look like.
Discuss Current Situation
Discuss the situation you are in right now. What are your expectations and wishes?
It is advisable to know quite precisely what your expectations are. Look at websites that appeal to you, and specify core values that you think should be emphasized and should be highlighted. Also, indicate exactly what your target group is and what the main purpose of your website should be.
A proposition of what the product will look like and what it will do.
Having a clear picture of what your expectations are, you will receive a proposal that provides an overview of what your product will look like and what it will do.
Part of this proposition is a quotation that explains what the costs will be.
As soon as the proposition is accepted and there is an agreement about what your website should be, a design will be made.
Layout and Structure
After approval of the proposal, a design is made. This is a ‘flat’ version of your website. An exclusively visual representation (without functionalities). In consultation this can be a single page, or a display of several pages (normally already agreed in the proposal, but you can always make a request for more).
Look and Feel
In the design, the ‘look and feel’ of the website is clearly visible and the trends in the design are representative of the design of all pages. After making the design, there is a moment of evaluation to make any adjustments.
Construction of the product.
Building The Product
After approval of the design, the construction of the website begins. Based on the design, the pages of your website are built with the pre-planned functionalities processed.
How long does it take? That depends on how much work needs to be done. When you look at a standard website, with 5 to 10 pages and not many complicated functionalities, you can expect a timeframe of a few weeks. Larger websites and more complicated websites, such as webshops with many products and more complex applications, take more time.
After implementation, there is a first version of your product and there is room for any adjustments or improvements.
Your product is almost complete. All that remains is an evaluation in which it is possible to change and adapt things.
Of course, the aim is to have done everything right the first time. Often there are things that work out differently than expected, so there is room for adjustments. This may concern the placement of certain elements, minor adjustments to functionalities or other minor adjustments to the design.
Final phase of the process, the completion.
The product is finished. Your product is finished and meets your expectations and the design. You have a beautiful product that you can use for your business
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