Our process

One of the most pressing concerns that clients have while outsourcing their services to a third-party organization is –
Whether they have the required infrastructure, resources, expertise, and experience to provide better results?
What is the work approach followed by the outsourcing company, and if they can expect better results or not?
We are a leading outsourcing services provider following a streamlined outsourcing process to ensure that our services are delivered on time at cost-effective rates.

1. Requirement Analysis: Purpose, Main Goals, and Target Audience

This stage, the stage of discovering and researching, determines how the subsequent steps will look like. The most important task at this point is to get the clear understanding of your future website purposes, the main goals you wish to get, and the target audience you want to attract to your site. Such kind of a website development questionnaire helps to develop the best strategy for further project management.

News portal differs from the entertainment websites, and online resources for teenagers looks different than sites for adults. Different types of websites provide visitors with different functionality which means that different technologies should be used according to the purposes. A well described and detailed plan made on the basis of this pre-development data can protect you from spending extra resources on solving the unexpected issues such as design changing or adding the functionality that wasn’t initially planned.

2. Solution and Planning: Sitemap and Wireframe Creation

Preliminary specifications are drawn up by covering up each and every element of the requirement, eg. layout, site structure and dynamic parts. Larger projects will require further levels of consultation to assess additional business and technical requirements. After reviewing and approving the preliminary document, a written proposal is prepared, outlining the scope of the project including responsibilities, timelines and costs.

3. Design: Page Layouts, Review, and Approval Cycle

During the design phase, your website takes shape. All the visual content, such as images, photos, and videos is created at this step. Once again, all the info that was gathered through the first phase is crucial. The customer and target audience must be kept in mind while you work on a design.

Website layout is the result of designer’s work. It can be a graphic sketch or an actual graphic design. The primary function of the layout is to represent the information structure, visualize the content, and demonstrate the basic functional. Layouts contain colors, logos, images and can give a general understanding of the future product.

After that, the customer can review the layout and send you his feedback. If the client is not sure about some aspects of your design, you should change the layout and send it back to him. This cycle should be repeated until the customer is completely satisfied.

4. Content Writing and Assembly

Content writing and compiling usually overlaps with other stages of website creation, and its role can’t be underestimated. At this step it is necessary to put in writing the very essence you’d like to communicate to the audience of your website, and add calls-to-action. Content writing involves also creation of catching headlines, text editing, writing new text, compiling the existing text, etc., which takes time and effort. As a rule, the client undertakes to provide website content ready to migrate to the site. It is better when all website content is provided before or during website coding.

5. Coding

It is time that programmers turning the design into a more vividly functional website. While the mocks are being designed, the programmers must recommend his technical knowledge to the designers so as to enhance the flexibility of the site and avoid further malfunctioned elements. The site will be sent to our clients in specified phases for preview and comments if any. The end-user documentation can also be prepared by the coding team, which can be used by a technical writer who can understand them, writes helps and manuals later.

6. Testing, Review and Launch

Testing is probably the most routine part of a process. Every single link should be tested to make sure that there are no broken ones among them. You should check every form, every script, run a spell-checking software to find possible typos. Use code validators to check if your code follows the current web standards. Valid code is necessary, for example, if cross-browser compatibility is important for you.

After you check and re-check your website, it’s time to upload it to a server. An FTP (File Transfer Protocol) software is used for that purpose. After you deployed the files, you should run yet another, final test to be sure that all your files have been installed correctly.

7. Maintenance: Opinion Monitoring and Regular Updating

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We determine this is an important step to support you to operate the most easily and we are always with you when you need it. Please let us know if you have question or problem, all of question will be answer from us.we happy with this.
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Further updates and their corresponding quotes will be discussed and processed upon agreement after the site has been finished. Bug fixings can be done during the time of maintenance free of charge once they are our coding-rooted.

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