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Certain things to consider are:

1. Purpose What is the purpose of the site? Do you want to provide information, promote a service, sell a product… ?

2. Goals What do you hope to accomplish by building this web site? Two of the more common goals are either to make money or share information.

3. Target Audience Is there a specific group of people that will help you reach your goals? It is helpful to picture the “ideal” person you want to visit your web site. Consider their age, sex or interests – this will later help determine the best design style for your site.

4. Content What kind of information will the target audience be looking for on your site? Are they looking for specific information, a particular product or service, online ordering…?

The sitemap provides the foundation for any well-designed website. It helps give designers a clear idea of the website’s information architecture and explains the relationships between the various pages and content elements.

The next step is to build the wireframe. Wireframes provide a framework for storing the site’s visual design and content elements and can help identify potential challenges and gaps with the sitemap.
Although a wireframe doesn’t contain any final design elements, it does act as a guide for how the site will ultimately look.

This part of the design process will often be shaped by existing branding elements, colour choices, and logos, as stipulated by the client.

Images are taking on a more significant role in web design now than ever before. Not only do high-quality images give a website a professional look and feel, but they also communicate a message, are mobile-friendly, and help build trust.

Visual content is known to increase clicks, engagement, and revenue. But more than that, people want to see images on a website. Not only do images make a page feel less cumbersome and easier to digest, but they also enhance the message in the text, and can even convey vital messages without people even needing to read.

If you don`t have images, we can offer you stock images or a professional photographer to get the images right.

The developmental stage is the point where the web site itself is created. At this time, our developer will take all of the individual graphic elements and texts from the prototype and use them to create the actual, functional site.

This is typically done by first developing the home page, followed by a “shell” for the interior pages. The shell serves as a template for the content pages of your site, as it contains the main navigational structure for the web site.

Once the site has all its visuals and content, we are ready for testing.

Thoroughly test each page to make sure all links are working and that the website loads properly on all devices and browsers.

After we 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 we deployed the files, we run yet another, the final test to be sure that all your files have been installed correctly.

Now it’s time for everyone’s favorite part of the web design process. When everything has been thoroughly tested, and you’re happy with the site, it’s time to launch.

We’re part of your team even after the big project is finished — whether it’s adding a new website feature, creating a brochure or microsite for a product launch, or designing business cards for a new employee.

Most clients continue to work with KYP LAB on an ongoing basis — and we get to know them well. Our ongoing maintenance services give existing clients priority scheduling for website maintenance and support services, such as website functionality and content updates, CMS software updates, SEO, SOCIAL and PPC services, printed material design and reprints, new product launches, presentation support, advertising campaigns, tradeshows, or ongoing marketing consultation and support. We often grow our engagements with our clients as their businesses grow.

Websites need ongoing maintenance services to keep the site software secure and up-to-date at all times, so we are offering several website maintenance packages that can address these needs. Whether you need to fix a bug or plan to add and update content with a website maintenance plan, we can help you keep your site up-to-date and running smoothly.



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