Once we agree to work with each other, how do we dance?
This explains how I work here at WebsitesSeller!
This is where I ask the questions that will help me to understand why you need a new website and exactly what it is you are trying to achieve. There are no shortcuts here, as it is one of the most important parts of the whole project. It starts with your brief and the discovery process and ends with me presenting a proposal to you.
Usually, I am asking my clients to describe their business and, if it’s possible, to show me at least 3 website examples ( to see what kind of design they need, what functionalities, etc ).
Once you accept the proposal and pay a deposit, all systems are go! I start by building you a visual sitemap, mapping out the information structure of the website. This way we can get on the same page very quickly about what it is we are trying to communicate and the best way to structure that information.
Instead of trying to tell you what I intend to build and hoping you understand my jargon, at this point I’ll build an interactive prototype in the browser to show you how the proposed solution will work. With no attention to design at this stage, it won’t be pretty, but it makes sure the functionality of the site is in place, so I can then move on to the design process.
This is where the real fun begins. This is where I get to flex my talent and bring your vision and brand to reality. WordPress is the tool of choice, and in line with your brief and brand, I will shape a beautiful site that will be the backbone of your online presence.
Once the site is built, it needs to be tested. Links, forms, responsiveness, all sorts of things. This can sometimes be a frustrating time for the client, but I don’t launch until I have gone through my exhaustive checklist and satisfied myself your website is good to go.
Yay! Crack the champagne! Once we agree the site is complete, the final bill will be due. We then decide on a launch date and once the bills are paid, I press the button. Your site has been submitted to all the major search engines and is prepped and primed to start taking visitors. Watch out world, here you come.
The WordPress Administration Care Plan
Even when the site is live, I don’t consider the job over. Websites need care and maintenance, and I think you should focus on what you do well, and let me look after your site. I offer a range of WordPress Administration Plans for your website, so you can feel as safe as you can in this cyber world. Check our WordPress Administration Support Plans for more information.