Website Design and Development

Wireframing and Prototyping

From idea to delightful and intuitive experience.

To start off, wireframes are for the designers while prototypes guide the developers. The aim is to translate business goal into a seamless and user-friendly system. This system may come in the form of a website, mobile app, wearable app, or a desktop software.

Wireframes are the blueprints of web design. It comes in boxes and shades that present the flow of information the system will follow.

Focus on the following key elements as a starting point:

  • general structure/direction
  • main page and inner pages
  • call of action triggers
  • basic buttons
  • other functionalities

As soon as all these were mapped out, prototypes enter the picture. This will give life to the frames and transform it to a mock up version. Prototypes are very close to the actual look and feel of the client’s requirements.

Wireframing and prototyping are crucial starting points. However, they are iterative processes for designs and functions. Ask for feedback and validations from the client every step of the way.

Front-end Design

Make your design modern-day ready.

Front-end development is focused on making sure that each image, content, sign-up form, copy, and call-to-action button on your website serves its purpose well, while considering aesthetics at all times.

When talking about front-end, you should carefully consider the following:

  • Theme and colors
  • Typography
  • Integrated Pages

Making sure a website is easy to use and visually-competitive, regardless of the device are the integral parts of this stage. Build a persuasive and intuitive design to influence your users to take action, engage and move forward with their buying decisions.

Back-end Development

61% of users will not think twice to jump from your site to your competitor’s as soon as they feel frustrated to the experience you fail to give them.

Everything that your users see on the webpage is the front-end. Behind it is the back-end. It is a three-part development process: the server, the application and the database. Simply put, it is the foundation that makes a webpage function properly.

The back-end application makes it possible to communicate information from the user to the server. Once a user enters his or her information, the server then saves it to the database. The moment that an information was disclosed, back-end makes sure that it is well-documented and most importantly, secured. It creates, deletes, edits, rename and protects different information your users have inputed.

backend development

Back-end development yields on the following:

  • Metrics and Relevant Computations
  • Business Goals to Business Logic
  • Data Formats
  • Data Performance
  • Migrating Data
  • Securing Data
  • Data and Business Processes
  • A/B Testing
  • Iterations

A well executed website requires an incredible balance of robust strategy, innovative design and efficient user experience powered by healthy and technology-ready back-end development.

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