Design Process

A Typical
Design Timeline

A Typical Business Website Design Timeline

While no two websites are exactly alike, the timeline below could be considered a typical experience for a full business website. Single-page designs would, of course, be much quicker. In all cases, after determining the client’s website requirements, we can give a very accurate estimate of the final delivery date.

Day 1 Initial Approval
Discuss Project Scope and Goals
  • Learn about clients business and goals of website.
  • Talk about design and layout. Are there other websites that client likes?
  • What features does the client want, e.g., contact forms, pop-ups, slider, etc.
Day 7 First Draft
First Demo of Design and Layout
  • Discuss demo with client. Is this close to what you're looking for or do we need to go a different direction?
  • Go over changes desired in detail.
  • Talk with client about content and information they need to provide for project. What photos or other media will they provide? Should we use stock photos or videos?
Days 7 To 14 Apply Changes
Apply Agreed Upon Changes
  • Build final website based on client input.
  • Consult with client during this process as questions arise or content is needed from client.
  • Make final tweaks to color scheme, fonts and layout.
Day 14 Final Draft
Final Draft Ready For Approval
  • Present final draft to client.
  • Make any last minute changes.
  • Get client approval to "go live".
Go Live After Final Approval
Go Live
  • Move website to production server if needed.
  • Enable Google Analytics and other SEO tools.
  • Enable any social media links and sharing.