WordPress Website

Your website should represent the type of audience you target while maintaining the brand you want to represent. Let's make sure your WordPress website achieves that.

WordPress is the most popular CMS that is accessible to everyone who desires to use it. They power over 35% of the websites on the web. There’s not a single niche that it can’t handle making it very versatile. Learning how to use WordPress website are very simple, and easy to pick up. This makes handing over the website very smooth between us. This goes without saying that WordPress website can be very tricky for even a seasoned developer.  WordPress enables you to scale your business without losing control, and once it’s in your hands it can be easy to maintain.

WordPress Plugins

Our Process

This is probably the most important phase of any design project as you define the goals, set up the overall structure, decide on content and assign roles and the different deliverables throughout the project.
 

Establish the schedule, budget, timeline, technical needs, visual style and the content structure for the target audience.

Checklist

  • Establish schedule, budget, timeline, technical need, and content structure.
  • Defining goals and milestones.
  • Content & branding.
  • Assign roles.
The site structure forms the backbone of the website. It acts as a reference guide for the team during the entire duration of the project. Use flowcharts to show the flow of the structure.
 

Sitemap

Creating a sitemap is crucial for understanding the content organization. It is important to keep updating the sitemap after every change. If you don’t, things will get messy.
 

Wireframe

 
The content of the site needs to be fixed before the design and graphics are put into place.
 

Checklist

 
  • Sitemap.
  • Wireframe.
In this phase, make sure the designer works together with the programmer to ensure the implementation of coherent design elements.
 
After the client approves the design drafts, the designer and the graphic team work on the look and the feel of the website. Compression, transparency, efficient use of color and design combine to create effective web graphics.
 

The production stage is a point where the actual website is created. After the design and layout of the site is completed, the site goes into the engineering part of the work. Here, you will take all of the individual graphic elements from the prototype and use them to create the actual, functional site.

Checklist

  • Design
  • Developement
No project is ever really without flaws. And although testing is something that’s done throughout the development process as well, there will always be bugs left. And we’re not only talking about software bugs. Even a design can be buggy.
 
So right now, it’s important to start testing like crazy. Early troubleshooting saves a lot of time and effort. It is critical for all people participating in the creation of the site to be involved with testing. However, testing should be an agile process. Once you’ve launched the site or are in the process of launching it, a lot of people are going to start using it and will provide feedback on the site.
 

And even though you put in all the effort you could to test the site, you will have missed a couple bugs or new ones will pop up over time. It’s crucial that you get information on bugs and issues as soon as possible. If you can get your users to report these to you, you’re golden.

Checklist

  • Site testing.
  • Gather feedback.
  • Fix bugs.

You know what happens next.

Checklist

  • We celebrate. Seriously.

More to Come...

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We’re able and willing to work with every brand. There’s never a project thats too small or too big for out team. You dream it, we deliver it.