Business to Business websites tailored to your customers' needs
When you are happy with the designs, the next step is to build those into a functioning website. But we don’t just start chopping and coding, there is a little more planning to do – the technical brief.
What is a technical brief and what is it for?
A technical brief is a plan for the technical team to build and code all the components for your website. Some of these components may be bespoke; some may involve integrating existing technology into the new website.
This might sound like a lot of jargon, but we make sure the brief is clear and the specifications are readable by anyone, even without any technical expertise.
We work with your business to make sure that the website will smoothly integrate into your IT framework. This will not only save you money, but it will save time and late nights as well.
Production begins and the site begins to function
Next, the designs are turned into website templates. Content is re-written, or written from scratch; images are sourced and resized. The programming of components begins, integrating the site into your existing technical framework and CMS or onto a new platform. Joomla or WordPress are examples of powerful but client-friendly content management systems we use.
Everything is put on a staging site for you to see and review. It is protected, so there is no risk of outsiders visiting the site before it’s ready.
Web Standards and Accessibility
We write our code to a high standard for web compliance and accessibility. This means the site looks identical in all modern browsers (like Internet Explorer and Firefox) but can still be used by old ones. It also ensures that people who need some extra help seeing or reading the web pages can access and enjoy them too.
- Once everything is working as expected and you are happy with the result, we make certain everything works in the next stage: Testing and Launch