The secret of every successful project starts with correct planning
Just as construction of a new house doesn’t begin with laying the cornerstone, but with a detailed architectural plan that takes the house’s uses and purposes into account, the same is true for websites. It is always recommended to start the website process with in-depth preparation – planning makes perfect.
This means planning the entire website, including research, defining target audiences and purposes and laying out the structure of the website and its various components, to the level of detailed wireframes, based on which we will then design and develop the entire website.
Surprises might be fun in day-to-day life, but in the development and design process of your website, the feeling that you know how the final product will look and behave is extremely important. When the website is planned in advance, down to the smallest details, everyone involved is on the same page about the result from the outset.
The planning is done through collaboration between you and our project manager, UX designer and the manager of the development department. At every stage, the products are sent to you for review, so that you can check them and make changes if necessary.
Successful planning depends, to a large extent, on correctly analyzing the business and its needs, and on building an appropriate marketing strategy. We are experts in asking the right questions and building a strategy brief that will help us understand the website’s purposes, structure and the unique features it will contain.
Together, we will plan unique features for your website, to create high user engagement and to maximize the session duration on the website (increasing the website’s ranking on Google organically), with an emphasis on positive user experience and a low abandonment rate.
The wireframes enable us to foresee problems and provide solutions. We can decide in advance where every component and every button will be located on the website, how much space will be given to the text, and the correct hierarchy of all of the elements.
At the end of the planning process, you will have a detailed document and wireframes, and you will be able to contact different suppliers, request price quotes and compare them.