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The Process

Our process is a result of 10+ years of experience and 700+ websites for small and medium sized companies around the world. First we focus on the look’nfeel. Once that’s agreed with everyone involved, we move on to the content. A series of rapid iterations after that, ensures the best possible result in the shortest amount of time. Full transparency, constant communication, committed to an excellent result are our core values.

Project Start
Content & Material Review
We review all web copy/text as well as logo vector files, links to sites, links to competitors and the market/industry/topic in general.
Project Start
First Draft (1/6)
Homepage & General Looknfeel
A first draft that shows our suggested layout, looknfeel and structure is build and shared. This is also the first time we ask for feedback.
First Draft (1/6)
All Pages Complete (2/6)
All Content and Pages Build
We implement all remaining pages, based on the feedback received for the first draft. At this stage we have a complete website based on the agreed layout and looknfeel. Feedback is requested across the whole site.
All Pages Complete (2/6)
Iteration #1 (3/6)
Start of Iteration Cycles
At this stage and for the next 4 cycles we request and implement a series of iterations/change requests.
Iteration #1 (3/6)
Iteration #2 (4/6)
Second Iteration
Another iteration of change requests.
Iteration #2 (4/6)
Iteration #3 (5/6)
Third Iteration
Another iteration of change requests.
Iteration #3 (5/6)
Iteration #4 (6/6)
Fourth & Final Iteration
Another iteration of change requests.
Iteration #4 (6/6)
Project Complete
Migration & Go-Live
Site migrated to your hosting and domain account, everything operational, SEOoptimized and ready for operation!
Project Complete

FAQ

We look at your content, your competitors and the industry in general. We then build up the first draft version, i.e. the suggested looknfeel of the website and submit it for your review. Once we receive the feedback and the general looknfeel is finalized, we proceed with the remaining pages.

A Word document, google document, spreadsheet or slides usually work best. This way we can cross-reference everything as we go along in one consolidated document. The main principle of feedback is to provide as specific information as possible, with screenshots where possible to ensure an efficient process.

Yes. We are in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, so Eastern time zone. Most calls are done via Zoom. 

No but we can guide you through the best options for your project including where to purchase. We then can install and configure as part of the project.

No but we can guide you through the best options for your project including where to purchase. We then can install and configure for you.

Yes. We provide a contract free, start/stop support service, that also covers technical issue resolution and minor changes. We provide two options for monthly or annual billing, which is discounted.

We require all text/web copy content for the website upfront, as well as your logo original files (photoshop or illustrator). The web copy can be sent in the form of a word document or spreadsheet or slides, or in the case of an existing site, we just need the link from where to copy all the text from. 

Yes. We see themes as a means of saving time and money for our clients as we don’t have to re-invent the wheel when it comes to producing complex integrations and sophisticated page structures. The premium themes we use come packed with features, functionalities and integrations. We then fully customize them in order to achieve our objectives.

No. We work with the best premium themes and plugins, on which customization and styling is possible to a great extent. There are certain elements that are controlled by WordPress or the theme that we can not change unless we change the underlying code. This is something we highly recommend against, as a custom coded function requires long-term maintenance, which can be a substantial overhead for any size company.

On our projects we offer 4 major revisions (feedback cycles). This is to create some structure to the project. Of course if there are some minor changes and cosmetic revisions or text/image replacement change requests we don’t consider as feedback revisions. We try to be as flexible as we can.

We work on a two phase approach. The first phase focuses on the looknfeel and design aspect of the project and the second one focuses primarily on the content of the site. At the end of the first phase we submit our first milestone (50%), which acts as a green light for us to go ahead with the remaining of the project. In the case of Fiverr, accepting this will also ask for the second milestone to be funded. This all goes to Fiverr’s escrow together with the funding of the first milestone. The second milestone is submitted upon delivery of the completed project. In the case of Fiverr, escrow is released once everything is finalized and project is accepted as complete.

We look at your content, your competitors and the industry in general. We then build up the first draft version, i.e. the suggested looknfeel of the website and submit it for your review. Once we receive the feedback and the general looknfeel is finalized, we proceed with the remaining pages.

A Word document, google document, spreadsheet or slides usually work best. This way we can cross-reference everything as we go along in one consolidated document. The main principle of feedback is to provide as specific information as possible, with screenshots where possible to ensure an efficient process.

Yes. We are in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, so Eastern time zone. Most calls are done via Zoom. 

No but we can guide you through the best options for your project including where to purchase. We then can install and configure as part of the project.

No but we can guide you through the best options for your project including where to purchase. We then can install and configure for you.

Yes. We provide a contract free, start/stop support service, that also covers technical issue resolution and minor changes. We provide two options for monthly or annual billing, which is discounted.

We require all text/web copy content for the website upfront, as well as your logo original files (photoshop or illustrator). The web copy can be sent in the form of a word document or spreadsheet or slides, or in the case of an existing site, we just need the link from where to copy all the text from. 

Yes. We see themes as a means of saving time and money for our clients as we don’t have to re-invent the wheel when it comes to producing complex integrations and sophisticated page structures. The premium themes we use come packed with features, functionalities and integrations. We then fully customize them in order to achieve our objectives.

No. We work with the best premium themes and plugins, on which customization and styling is possible to a great extent. There are certain elements that are controlled by WordPress or the theme that we can not change unless we change the underlying code. This is something we highly recommend against, as a custom coded function requires long-term maintenance, which can be a substantial overhead for any size company.

On our projects we offer 4 major revisions (feedback cycles). This is to create some structure to the project. Of course if there are some minor changes and cosmetic revisions or text/image replacement change requests we don’t consider as feedback revisions. We try to be as flexible as we can.

We work on a two phase approach. The first phase focuses on the looknfeel and design aspect of the project and the second one focuses primarily on the content of the site. At the end of the first phase we submit our first milestone (50%), which acts as a green light for us to go ahead with the remaining of the project. In the case of Fiverr, accepting this will also ask for the second milestone to be funded. This all goes to Fiverr’s escrow together with the funding of the first milestone. The second milestone is submitted upon delivery of the completed project. In the case of Fiverr, escrow is released once everything is finalized and project is accepted as complete.

We look at your content, your competitors and the industry in general. We then build up the first draft version, i.e. the suggested looknfeel of the website and submit it for your review. Once we receive the feedback and the general looknfeel is finalized, we proceed with the remaining pages.

A Word document, google document, spreadsheet or slides usually work best. This way we can cross-reference everything as we go along in one consolidated document. The main principle of feedback is to provide as specific information as possible, with screenshots where possible to ensure an efficient process.

Yes. We are in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, so Eastern time zone. Most calls are done via Zoom. 

No but we can guide you through the best options for your project including where to purchase. We then can install and configure as part of the project.

No but we can guide you through the best options for your project including where to purchase. We then can install and configure for you.

Yes. We provide a contract free, start/stop support service, that also covers technical issue resolution and minor changes. We provide two options for monthly or annual billing, which is discounted.

We require all text/web copy content for the website upfront, as well as your logo original files (photoshop or illustrator). The web copy can be sent in the form of a word document or spreadsheet or slides, or in the case of an existing site, we just need the link from where to copy all the text from. 

Yes. We see themes as a means of saving time and money for our clients as we don’t have to re-invent the wheel when it comes to producing complex integrations and sophisticated page structures. The premium themes we use come packed with features, functionalities and integrations. We then fully customize them in order to achieve our objectives.

No. We work with the best premium themes and plugins, on which customization and styling is possible to a great extent. There are certain elements that are controlled by WordPress or the theme that we can not change unless we change the underlying code. This is something we highly recommend against, as a custom coded function requires long-term maintenance, which can be a substantial overhead for any size company.

On our projects we offer 4 major revisions (feedback cycles). This is to create some structure to the project. Of course if there are some minor changes and cosmetic revisions or text/image replacement change requests we don’t consider as feedback revisions. We try to be as flexible as we can.

We work on a two phase approach. The first phase focuses on the looknfeel and design aspect of the project and the second one focuses primarily on the content of the site. At the end of the first phase we submit our first milestone (50%), which acts as a green light for us to go ahead with the remaining of the project. In the case of Fiverr, accepting this will also ask for the second milestone to be funded. This all goes to Fiverr’s escrow together with the funding of the first milestone. The second milestone is submitted upon delivery of the completed project. In the case of Fiverr, escrow is released once everything is finalized and project is accepted as complete.