Step One – Contact Us
Simply use our form to send us a short description of your project.
Together we can review the details, specific requirements and the end result you want for your site.
Step Two – Your insight is vital!
While we may be the Web design professionals, you have vital information about your business, your customers, your likes and dislikes that will make your site a success. In order to make the exchange of information quick and easy, we offer you a choice of two different Web design worksheets.
- The Comprehensive Worksheet is highly recommended for those who are unsure of their Web site needs and design preferences. It will help you define your goals and vision for your site while giving us insight into your individual taste and style.
- The Quick Start Worksheet is for those who already have a good idea of what they want their Web site to do and how they want it to look, or those choose not to fill out the longer comprehensive worksheet.
Step Three – Make a deposit
Next, we’ll provide you with an estimate for the cost of your site creation. This interaction provides us both with the information and insights we need to decide if our relationship will be mutually beneficial. You’ll be provided with an invoice for 50% of the total of your quote.
Step Four – Provide us with feedback
Based on your content and requirements, we will provide you with a rough draft for viewing within one week of receiving your completed worksheet. Your feedback will help us to determine which direction to take. We may only need to do some tweaking, or we may completely start over. Either way, we offer you several revisions until you are 100% satisfied with the final product.
Step Five- Test and launch
Once you have approved the final design, we add and format the copy (text) to all the pages and set up your desired features, such as contact forms. Once everything has been approved by you, we upload your site to the Web and fully test its functionality.
The Web design process generally takes anywhere from 2 – 6 weeks. To alleviate any unnecessary delays, we recommend that you have the majority of your copy written before your design begins.