Netriches Aruba Website Design Process Explained

About Our Web Design Process

Netriches Aruba works in collaboration with our clients throughout the development process and beyond. In our quotes, we often include a brief outline of what will be involved in building a new website.

This can help our clients understand what they need to prepare for as well as give them an idea of how much time is required for each phase. We approach every project with energy, creativity, and passion to learn more about your business. Below we have included an expanded version of this process:

Every Step Tailored To You

  • Web Design Brief: The discovery phase helps us understand your business, competition, opportunities, and challenges. This knowledge feeds into all future decisions and enables us to give you the very best recommendations. Timescale: 1 week.
  • Design Discovery Phase: If it’s a business website, your main goal will be to increase your business profits, but you’ll want to break that down into more specific and transitional goals as well, such as raising brand awareness or driving traffic into your store.
  • Planning: It’s at this point that we create a site map, an outline of routes users will navigate through your site, and note any technical requirements or hurdles. We’ll discuss any requirements for content, photography, or video and agree on timescales for delivery. Timescale: 1-2 weeks.
  • Designing: We will take your information and design your website. Timing: 2-3 weeks
  • Testing and Review: We'll notify you when your site is ready for review. Timeline: Throughout and one week prior to going live
  • Final Approval and Site Launch: Your website will be ready for you to approve and go live. 8 weeks is the average project duration.

Goals and Branding

  • Purpose: What is the purpose of the website? Do you want to provide information, promote a service, sell a product?
  • Goals: What do you hope to accomplish by building this website, for example, the more common goals are either to make money or share information?
  • Target Audience: Is there a specific group of people that will help you reach your goals? Can we build a picture of the “ideal” person you want to visit your website? We will consider their demographics as this may help to determine the best design style for your site.
  • Content: What kind of information will your target audience be looking for when they visit your site? Are they looking for information, a particular product or service, online ordering or booking?

About Website Revisions

What services fall under the category of website revision?

Any website will eventually grow outdated, and if no timely changes are done, it will lose its ability to compete. During the process of designing and developing a website, the client gives you feedback on the work that has been completed so far. As you proceed to complete the website project in line with client satisfaction, the client offers you with a list of adjustments (also known as revisions). 

Depending on the project and client, revisions may be few or numerous. It might only involve altering the color of a small portion of a webpage. Altering the design of numerous webpages within a website project is another option. Revision in a graphic design process, such as the creation of a logo, can involve revising the logo's color scheme, typography, or artwork. The webpage layout, font styles, and other things might change as the website development project progresses.

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Website Evaluation and Improvement

Overall, Netriches Aruba helps businesses build their brand by creating custom web designs. Working closely with clients, the website design process allows every stage to be followed efficiently. To ensure project success, these review periods offer appropriate times for revision.

Clients value the focus on customer satisfaction and the dedication to optimizing their brand to perform well in online searches. From design to development, the Netriches Aruba process enhances success and scalability. If you have any questions and would like to find out more about our process, please get in touch.