1. Exploration & Knowledge Gathering

Every web design & development project should begin with a knowledge gathering phase during which both you & the developer get to know each other, define the scope of the project, & set goals. Usually, this begins with a 10-20 minute call during which the basics are discussed and a longer meeting scheduled for a formal exploration of the project. During the exploration meeting, the two parties can flesh out goals, discuss design direction in-depth, & clarify any vague concepts. After all these, your developer should be able to produce a detailed proposal & project timeline.

2. Kickoff Meeting

After exploration & knowledge gathering the preliminary knowledge phase comes to the planning phase, which ensures that projects begin on the right track. This usually takes place in person & your developer might suggest either their office or yours as a venue. During this meeting, expect to hear your developer reveal their plans for the project, top-level objectives, suggest milestones, assign homework, & also submit their process for review.

3. Content Creation and Organization

A process that outsiders hardly ever associate with website design and development is content creation & organization. But make no mistake, creating, organizing, and storing your website assets is an invaluable part of the website design and development process. By content assets, we mean text, videos, photos, videos, testimonials, graphics, charts, graphs, maps - anything that you might want to present to the world on your website because it enhances the quality of the information & experience that you want your audience to have. Your web developer will most likely have a content specialist on staff to assist with this process, & provide other services like content strategy, copywriting, & asset management.

4. Website Design

Next comes the design stage, where your web designer combines information gotten from your sitemap, sketches, & a questionnaire to create multiple design concepts & directions for you to review & choose from. At this stage, expect a lot of back & forth as your developer seeks feedback on the direction the project is taking. In this step where the website starts to take shape. The website designer will now have all the data needed to start working on the actual look of this project.

5. Website Development

As soon as you approve the website design, things will get technical. Your developer will start programming the website and implementing all the functionalities that you agreed on in the design stage (Forms, photo/video gallery, etc.) The standard procedure is to receive a "private link (demo link)" to your developing website so that you can monitor progress as it develops. You can watch as your website comes together & things build-up towards the launch.

6. Website Launch

The website has entered its final stages now your developer will no doubt carry out some final tests to ensure everything about your website is in working order before you launching the site. Only after everything gets the green signal will they launch the website and hand over the keys. We take pride in this framework because it allows us to put you the client at the center of things, making it easy to produce satisfactory outcomes. Maybe you have been thinking of doing Several works on your website. This is exactly the process through which we are going to help you. Reach out today and tell us about your website.The website launch phase is also where the client has an essential job – to help the web design company with the quality assurance testing of the website.

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DMS has a team of technically well-endowed specialists, knowledgeable across multiple platforms. DMS make websites using the latest technological platforms keeping ourselves abreast of the latest technological developments.

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