Website Construction Process
The graphic above shows Concept, Coding and Delivery. If that is not perfectly clear, I hope this following explanation will help. The first step is to find out you want your website to do. For example, will the content be continually changing and are you interested in being very competitive? This stage will allow for the concept of site navigation and the technologies that will be used. For example, if you wanted a blog, we could lean towards Wordpress, but, if you want a small, six page website you may want a custom, lightweight, high performance pages.
Site structure is very important
Your needs will determine how to code the page
Once the design and structure is determined, the coding journey begins. At this point, proper technologies will be used to give effective results.
Good coding vs bad coding can be the difference between a website which attracts solid search results and is easily maintained vs a website that is just the opposite.
Each line of code has its place. It is critical to code for every device using responsive design.
Once the website is built and tested, it can be delivered. At this stage, you will see the site prior to going live so any last minute changes can be implemented.
Good websites load fast, look clean in all computers, ipads and phones
A website is an investment. Even great websites can be improved over time.