How does Web Design work?
The web design process starts with us getting to know you. Kind of like a date, except on this one, it’ll be us talking about your job too much, not vice versa. We’ll ask about who your clients are, who you want them to be, and what your business is going for. Maybe you want to look super duper professional and corporate, maybe you’re going for that cool guy brand. Whatever it is, we’ll make it work.
Once we’ve worked that out, we’ll put together a wireframe — that’s like a really boring picture of a website. No colours, no images, not even a logo, it’s just a blueprint really. This is where our web designers work out how the website will work, where your visitors will naturally go and what we want them to see first.
Then, your web designer gets to the looks of your website. They’ll pick the right colours, the right fonts, position your photos perfectly, and pop the words in the most impactful position they can. Before we hand it over to the web developers, the designers work out how it’ll look on different devices. They’ll make sure your website looks as nice on a laptop as it does a huge desktop computer — as well as phones and tablets. In the biz, we call this responsive web design.