Web Site Development

Now that the site architecture and graphical design have been set, it is time to build the actual web pages. We will convert the graphical design to actual web pages, and link together all the pages of the site. Placeholder text is used in place of the real text. At this stage, we will post the site online for you to review and try out. This will allow you to see how the web pages look, and to navigate from page to page. Any revisions that you request are made – until everything is just right.

We then ask that you start collecting or writing the text for each page of the web site. As you send us the text, we post it to the web site for you to see. Images or photographs are also added on a page-by-page basis.

At the same time, we continue to work on other components of the new web site. We will create any Flash animations that are needed. We will add online forms, and the associated programming to handle the form submissions. We will work on technical features such as search capabilities, programming, or e-commerce features. As things get completed, they are posted online for you to review.