The website development from concept to production.
I like to first learn who you are as a person/company, your values, and your vision. This helps me to get an idea of your overall brand and concept, toward building a webpage that represents you.
With that said, working with me relies heavily on trust, and letting me do what I do best - as I first go through a process to fully understand your needs within the structure, as well as, the aesthetic of the website. Because every one of my clients needs something different, so let me build the site for you, not for someone else.
Step 1. Interview
It's time to chat. I want to know all about you and everything you want on your website. This is time for you to share your vision. I'm going to come in with a lot of questions, but the questions are just there to help guide the conversation along.
After the interview, I’ll have what I need to start on the design side of things. I will usually be working on re-constructing layout from a template, or liasing with a web designer in building the wireframes. We’ll have rounds of review and revision, and a lot communication, design, and development work will happen during this stage.
As the project is coming to an end, I'm typically waiting on any remaining content to finalize the website before going through some final testing, cleanup and polishing - visual as well as code. Then, it's time to publish your site into production!