This is possibly the most crucial stage in the web development process because this is where key decisions are made. What is chosen and planned here acts as the basis for the whole project. We interact with our client and take into consideration every important detail regarding the website development project. Our methods may vary depending on the nature of the project, but this is our overall process.
This level involves the inclusion of the client’s goals taking into account the target audience that the website will address. Here we gather as much information as we can from our client including any additional requests. In case you have already planned for your site, we will come up with useful suggestions that, when implemented, will deliver a better website.
Also referred to as equivalent document, a project charter simply sums up the information that was gathered in the Requirement Analysis stage and which you consider to be relevant towards the web development process. The information we gather is always precise and not excessively technical, and acts as a reference point to every aspect throughout the project.
This map basically acts as a guide for users who find the structure too confusing to follow through and therefore require a piece of information quickly. A site map works much better than using plainly listed pages. With the map, you can also include links and arrange pages systemically to make the site more organized.
Contracts that Define Roles, Copyright & Financial Points
This is also a very important aspect in the web development process. This deals with all the elements of documentation that comes with website creation. In this stage, there will be payment terms, termination clauses, project closure clauses, copyright ownership guidelines and timelines to such ownership.