Gathering information in depth is very important to give a start to a project with full research and knowledge which helps to build an excellent web design and in developing an innovative and responsive website.
We do a lot of planning before beginning the project. We conduct market research and analysis, analyse the competitive landscape, learn about and document our clients' design and branding preferences, consult with all key stakeholders, and then create a high-level mapping. This results in alignment of end-user personas and business requirements.
Notice that we are already two steps into your website development process. We design your most efficient website with two important steps: 1. Wireframes: a finalised, static mockup of your future website built upon the approved wireframe design. 2. User interface (UI) design: Animated versions of your approved UI design that show how the live website would behave
We arrive at the development phase of your website development process after strategic planning and creative design. This phase begins with a digital specification document, which defines the latest technology, capabilities, integrations, and other technical considerations that will guide our backend and front-end development.
Our teams of quality assurance (QA) engineers thoroughly test websites before they go live and run final rounds of testing after they go live.The QA process typically includes all aspects of the website experience, such as speed testing, responsiveness and other design elements, functionality and integrations, and security.
The launch procedure is straightforward: after thorough QA testing and official approvals, developers make the website live, making it available to online audiences. The launch process at Dwellfox also includes CMS training, which is a recorded walkthrough of the website's admin panel to prepare your key stakeholders for future content editing and updates.
We offer website maintenance to our business clients, which gives them peace of mind by delegating security monitoring and backups, as well as other technical maintenance tasks like speed optimization, integrations, bug fixes, and more.