Everything we build is bespoke to the client and project. We are methodical in our approach to design, from the user interface (UI) to the user experience (UX). When designing a website we do not just focus on the visual concept but how the site is to interact with the visitor and the architecture required to deliver this.
With a focus on fluid-responsiveness we ensure your website works beautifully across all screen sizes, devices and media so your customers can consume your content with ease.
Typically there are four steps prior to where the development team starts the build of a website.
Here we listen to ensure we fully understand your goals and objectives of the project. To achieve this requires a close working relationship as it is imperative both parties agree to what is the blueprint for the website.
The UX aspects of any design come to the fore when designing site architecture. The site has to be intuitive to the visitor and minimise the number of clicks they need make for any given task. We achieve this by wireframing to clearly illustrate site functionality, how pages interact and to create a definitive sitemap for the website.
Our designers will take the requirements blueprint to produce clean and eye-catching visual interpretations they feel best meet the agreed criteria. Again, working closely with the client and their feedback, designs will be tweaked until the final look and feel is achieved.
This is where the design stage comes life in a visual and functional prototype. The agreed design and architectures are brought together so the client fully understands the visual impact and flow of their website.