What is it that we can do to boost your businesses online presence?
Great question, keep scrolling and let us show you how!
Here at DrumFish we are able to provide our clients with an array of services throughout their experience with us. We offer three core services to all of our clients and they are as below. Each service has it’s own page dedicated to informing you of what it is all about.
We love developing a vision with you and taking it to reality. Here’s how we work:
We will work with you to determine what goals your new website needs to fulfill. To help us fully understand these goals we will ask questions like; Who is the site for? Is the sites primary goal to to inform, sell, or amuse? and so forth. Once we know the site’s goals, we can start to discuss what pages and features the site needs in order to reach these goals.
Now that we have an understanding on what we want the site to achieve, we will start creating content for each individual page. With the sites structure and some content in place, we can start working on the visual aspect of the website. We do this by going into the color schemes and layouts that will effect your businesses identity. Depending on your business, this may already be well-defined, and if that is the case we will work with that. But if not, we are more than happy to help.
By now, we’ve tied all of the pages that we’ve created into one beautiful website. Now it’s time to make sure that everything runs smoothly. To do this, we will test how navigable the site is on a variety of different devices such as laptops, PC’s, mobiles, and tablets. By doing this we will be able to identify everything from simple broken links, to user experience issues.
Once everything’s working seamlessly, it’s time to execute your site launch! There still might be certain things that need minor adjustments going forward, but that is what maintenance is for. Website design is an on-going and fluid pursuit that requires constant maintenance. Design in general, but especially web design is all about finding the right balance between functions and forms, and this is an ongoing, ever-changing procedure.