Research and Analysis
To ensure that our design and development is on the right path, gathering information about the project and the
client is crucial.
Unless our developers have a clear idea of what they are working for and what the requirements are,
they will not be able to provide the right solution.
Some of the common questions we ask our clients in this stage are-
- What is the purpose of the website?
- What is your target audience?
- What requirements of the consumers are you trying to fulfill?
- What are the non-negotiable requirements for the website?
- What do you expect the look and feel to be?
- What features will the user expect from such an application?
- What are some features you wish to include?
Planning and Strategy
The website development plan involves strategizing all the aspects of the website including design, technology, content,
and marketing. Based on the information gathered and analyzed in the last stage, informed decisions are made
about the structure and features of the website.
Creating a sitemap, estimating timelines, defining deliverables ,
and allocation of resources are also essential parts of the Planning phase.
Finally, you have to decide on the branding of your website before moving on to the Designphase.
Designing and Wireframing
The web design stage involves designing website layout and brings in the creative UI-UX designers
to the forefront.
Keeping in mind the target audience research, design an interactive
website that caters to their preferences and demands. Include graphics, colors, and other media to
attract users without deviating from the branding and purpose of your website.
Code and Development
The development phase involves the actual building of the website. Developing the client-side and server-side of
the website is accomplished in this stage. It is the most time-consuming part of the website development life
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is also added to the list of tasks of backend
developers. Including these features can attain higher rankings for your site in search engines like Google.
Testing and Quality Assurance
After the website is developed, a set of rigorous tests are conducted to eliminate any bugs in the
system. The QA team performs repeated testing methods such as Unit testing, Stress testing, Integration
Testing, and Load testing meticulously, checking the functionality, usability, compatibility, and performance
of the web app.
Deployment and Maintenance
Once we receive the stamp of approval from the QA team, the website or app is
finally ready for deployment. Using File Transfer Protocol, the app is hosted on the web servers and is
available to the viewers.
But the work is not over. Continuous feedback from user interaction lets you know the scopes of improvement
Apart from this, regular maintenance and updates are absolutely crucial to keep the
site functioning perfectly and engage new users.