In order to succeed and have the right web
design for you, we have defined a clear process.
Step 1. Defining Requirements
In this phase we will gather the objectives for the web design,
then we will try to understand your goals and expectations and
how you plan to measure the success of this engagement. The deeper the
details are, the better we can plan for your needs.
In order to offer you the web design that will become your strong marketing
tool, we need to do some homework together
- to understand your needs clearly;
- what do you want to achieve (short term/long term);
- what/who is your competition;
- what is your timeframe;
- how important is the website for you;
- is your website “the tool” for your promotion/sale
or an additional tool;
- your budget;
- your technology preferences (where applicable);
- expected traffic.
Step 2. Define Template
Based on your requirements our dedicated project art director will create
a few models of templates for the project.
We will discuss with you, we
will make adjustments, review iteratively, and choose one that will suit
Step 3. Define navigation
Based on your needs we will identify main navigation needs, complexity,
define hierarchy, and draw a site map.
Step 4. Create Prototype
Based on the chosen template we will create a sample site that will have
navigation included, without being fully functional. After reviewing it with
you and your customers, we will adjust where needed (step 2 and 3) and come to an approved/signed set of template, navigation process
and menu elements.
Step 5. Web Site Construction
Based on previous steps, our team of developers and graphic artists will
create the website and the features wanted. Testing will be performed
on our end to make sure code is clear of bugs.
Step 5. Web Site Staging
Completed website will be promoted to a non-production area, where you
and your clients can verify accuracy, test the application. Any bugs or
minor fixes will be done at no expense to you.
Any change that was not previously documented will be managed as a change
request and billed based on a previous estimation.
Step 6. Website Release
After registering the domain name and setting up the servers (if not previously
done), we will release your new website (at your convenience) to
real life production system.
Step 7. Website launching
Just having a website might not be enough. You have to make your website
known to the world. The Bans can help you to achieve most of your promotion
Step 8: Ongoing Site Maintenance
With the release of the site to the outside world, we have completed the phase
of creating your website.
However, since public web sites represent your business, and because we live in a very dynamic space, your website must
be kept up-to-date and might need on-going maintenance and support. The
Bans is committed to help you, through this lifecycle as well.