Design: Based on the research and planning, the design team creates wireframes and mockups of the new website. They focus on creating a clean, easy-to-navigate interface that showcases the company’s products and services. The team also works closely with the company’s branding team to ensure the website’s design aligns with the company’s brand guidelines.
Development: Once the design is finalized, the development team begins building the new website. They use modern web development tools and frameworks to ensure the site is responsive and fast-loading. They also work on optimizing the site’s performance, including page speed and SEO.
01Planning and Research
The first step is to conduct thorough research and planning. The team meets with the company's stakeholders to understand their vision for the new website, identify their target audience, and review their competitors' websites. They also conduct user research to gather insights into how users interact with the current website and what improvements they would like to see.
02Testing and Launch
Before launching the new website, the team conducts thorough testing to ensure it is functioning as intended and is free of bugs and errors. They also conduct user testing to gather feedback from a sample of users and make any necessary changes based on their feedback. Once everything is working as intended, the new website is launched.