At Trancisco Labs we don’t just code a project, we rather believe in creating a digital experience.
The Website Building Process and What Businesses Need to Know:
Typically, the average, website goes through the following phases:
1) Business Requirements - People and businesses that want a new website need to not only know what they want, but also provide an in-depth description of what they want. A few meetings and brainstorming sessions make up the first phase of website development.
2) The Design – As generic as it sounds, a website needs to have a good design, which means labor and artistic ability. Thinking about a website is one thing. Bringing it to canvas is a totally different story. A person or business can explain what they want over and over again, but the sad reality is, most people do not know what another person or business is thinking. There is generally compromise when all is said and done with how a design is drafted and finally approved. It could take several proofs to meet the desired look and feel.
When someone says, “I love it!”, your work is above approach.
3) Website development – Once a website is designed, it needs to be sliced up into usable chunks of images and content so a web browser can understand it and render it to a user. Even at this stage, Search Engine Optimization should be considered. The brand itself must be well organized, and a mission statement and product/service documentation must also be present. Around all that is actual software development. For the web, it is often referred to as web application development. Web application development takes the design and website structure to the level of user interaction: widgets, contact forms, conversion tools, workflow processes, shopping carts, etc.
4) Q &A (Quality Assurance) – When all the smoke clears, a website must be run through vigorous testing to ensure everything works.
5) Go LIVE – A website must be hosted on a web server and then pushed live to the Internet where users can interaction with the platform.”