Website design for a residential and commercial appraisal business, Brunsdon Lawrek. The project included the following:
1. Identify the Goals and Scope of the Project.
The project team works closely with the business to understand the specific goals, target audience, branding guidelines, and desired features and functionalities for the website.
2. Sitemap and Wireframe Creation.
After identifying the goals and scope, we create the sitemap to outline the structure of the website’s pages and content. Then, we develop wireframes to create a blueprint of each page’s layout, content placement, and user interface elements. Wireframes focus on the website structure and functionality rather than visual design.
3. Content creation.
Content creation involves developing high-quality and relevant textual, visual, and multimedia content for the website.
4. Assets Collation.
During this phase, the necessary assets are collected and prepared for integration into the website. This includes obtaining high-resolution images, videos, logos, branding elements, and any other resources required for the website’s visual and functional components. The assets are optimized for web usage to ensure fast loading times and optimal performance.
Before launching the website, the website is tested to ensure its functionality, usability, and compatibility across different devices, browsers, and operating systems.
6. Launching and maintenance.
Firstly, launching includes configuring domain settings, ensuring security measures, and integrating any necessary analytics or tracking tools to monitor website performance. Secondly, ongoing website maintenance is essential to keep the website secure, up to date, and optimized for performance
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