Our Recipe for a Good Website

When building your new website, there are no tricks or shortcuts. For us, it’s simply a matter of breaking down your goals, and making sure your audience finds exactly what they need on your website once we have finished.

Every organization is unique, so there is no cookie-cutter strategy that works for everyone, but this is usually how we break it down:

  1. Evaluation
    This internal evaluation helps us identify your goals, your brand, your online presence, risks, and strengths.
  2. Onboarding.
    A fun and guided process. At this stage we set our expectations, project scope, schedules, and more.
  3. Ideation
    Research and interviews. Creative conceptualization, content collection, and brand discovery.
  4. Design
    Creating multi-use graphic design materials for your website, and for your other online platforms. We also begin crafting the look and feel of your website with wireframes and mockups.
  5. Development
    Building and testing your website on our own servers. All our websites are user-friendly, built for accessibility, and responsive for the best mobile experience.
  6. Testing
    Reviewing and evaluating your website on several devices, and across several different browsers.
  7. Training
    Personalized training sessions to make sure you have full understanding of how the website works, how to administer the website, and how to update content. Providing need-to-know information about keeping your website alive and healthy.
  8. Post-Launch
    Once your new website is launched for the world to see, there is always more that can be done to keep you ahead of the game. You’ll want your audience to return back to to your website on several occasions, so making frequent updates to your website, blog posts, and email signups will keep your customers excited engaged and excited about what’s next.

There are plenty of unique ways to make the perfect website. Just like cooking… if it’s shared, cared for, and given the attention it deserves your website will surely delight your audience.