Design Process

Design Process 

1. We contact the client outlining what we need from them. 

i) We ask whether they have an existing logo / colour scheme / branding. 

ii) Do they have any existing photos / imagery they want to incorporate in the design?

iii) Are there examples of websites that display the features / design they like?

iv) What content and functionality they want on the homepage

v) What content they want on the rest of the website

2. Design briefing conversation with the client 

3. The design is then scheduled in

4. Initial design presented to the client.  (This is a flat prototype design.)

5. Client suggests amendments and these are incorporated into the prototype design

6.. Client approves prototype design. 

7. Implementation of the design is scheduled onto their trial / test website 

8. Technical implementation completed and client informed

9. Content added to their trial / test website

10. Client approves website

11. Website is made live.


Design Boundaries 

  • Where that are long scrolling pages with clear sub-divisions of content that require distinct formatting, each distinct section will be considered a page of content. 
  • Clients to provide us with a clear brief of their requirements and also collate clearly any subsequent amendments. This streamlines the design process. Therefore we state that this design service will normally include up to four sets of author’s amends at the design stage before final sign off. 
  • Content needs to be clearly collated in one batch with any associated photos or media and clear instructions.
  • We haven’t accommodated any time for content amendments and therefore content needs to be provided in a finalised form.  Content amendments can be made by the client in the content management system.