The website development process typically starts with information gathering, where the development team works with you and your team to define the goals and objectives of the project. This includes defining the functionality, features, and user experience that the software or application will deliver. Once the goals have been defined, the team moves on to the design phase, where the architecture, user interface, and overall structure of the website are planned out.
The design is created in a graphic editing program like Photoshop or Illustrator and sent to you for approval. Once approved, we move onto the programming phase where we build the website at a temporary website staging location. The website is accessible by you during development and once approved, we go live! This process typically takes 30-45 days for an average sized website.
Fire Pixel creates websites that are user-friendly, fast, and easily navigable, while also making sure that the website is optimized for search engines. We prioritize key aspects of excellent website development for SEO:
Optimized Site Structure
By incorporating these aspects of excellent website design for SEO, we will create a website that is both user-friendly and optimized for search engines, which can lead to higher search engine rankings, more traffic, and more engagement with your audience.
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WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT PROCESS
Define the Purpose and Goals of the Website
The first step is to define the purpose and goals of the website. Determine what the website will be used for, who the target audience is, and what actions you want users to take on the site.
Conduct Research and Analysis
Once you have a clear understanding of the website’s purpose and goals, it’s time to conduct research and analysis. This includes researching the industry, competition, and target audience. The research will help you determine the site’s design, features, and functionality.
Create a Site Map and Wireframes
Using the research data, create a site map and wireframes. Site maps show the site’s structure and the relationship between pages, while wireframes are a visual representation of the website’s layout and content.
Design the Website
Once the site map and wireframes are completed, it’s time to design the website. Create a visual design that aligns with the website’s purpose, goals, and target audience.
Develop the Website
Test the Website
Once the website is developed, it’s time to test it thoroughly. Test the site’s functionality, performance, and compatibility with different devices and browsers. Fix any bugs or issues that arise during testing.
Launch the Website
After testing is complete and any issues have been addressed, it’s time to launch the website. This includes uploading the website’s files to a server and making the site live.
Monitor and Maintain the Website
Finally, once the website is live, it’s important to monitor and maintain it. Regularly update the site’s content, security, and functionality to ensure that it continues to meet the website’s purpose and goals.