Website Development Methodology
You know your organization needs to stand out from your competition to be successful, and at Halftone Pixel, our goals are to develop meaningful solutions that help you do just that.
Chances are, hiring a firm to develop your website isn’t something you often do, and it can be an overwhelming, confusing task. At Halftone Pixel, we take the confusion and guesswork out of building websites. By keeping the lines of communication clear, you will never feel lost and our experienced project management ensures a smooth transition from phase to phase, ending on time and, as always, on budget.
- Research / Discovery / Planning: Planning and researching are the first and most important parts of developing an effective website. With your organization’s goals and requirements in mind, we will develop a sitemap and page wireframes.
- Content Planning: Content is one of the most important parts of the project so it’s important that we have a plan in place.
- Design: With the information we’ve learned and gathered in the planning and research phase, we will get to work on the design comps of your site; a .jpg mockup, of how the site will look.
- Code Website: Once the static mockup has been approved and signed off, the physical construction of the website will begin.
- Quality Assurance: Your website will undergo significant testing to ensure compatibility across the most popular browsers and recent versions.
- User Acceptance Testing: Before the site is launched, you will get an opportunity to make revisions to the site. The number of rounds of revisions allowable in this phase will be set out in the project scope outline.
- Launch Website: Once the website has been reviewed and signed off, the website will be launched.
- Post-Launch Promotional Strategy: “My site’s finished; I can relax now, right?” Not quite. People need to know you’ve updated your site. How will you get the word out? We will recommend some tips that will get customers to your site so it can start working for you.
- Observe and Assess: After six months, review organizational goals to ensure the site’s functionality meets those objectives. Discuss any new goals. Review website and discuss modifications, if any, to meet new objectives.
Contact us today to learn more about our website process and how our workflow makes your life easier.