Information we need to get started…
1. Define the project vision
We start by asking three simple questions to establish the vision for your website.
- What do you like about your site?
- What do you dislike about your site?
- What does success look like with your ideal site?
2. Build a roadmap
As they say, Rome wasn’t built in a day! A roadmap of your site gives us a starting point and a final destination. We’ll work together to fill in all the stops in between as we iteratively improve your web presence.
3. Create a release plan
Every time we work on a major update to your website, we’ll create a release plan. It can be as formal as a colorful Gantt chart (if you’re into that) or informal as a quick email exchange. The release plan just ensures that we all know what’s going live at a particular point in the project.
4. Do the work with daily check-ins
Daily check-ins, if you want them, increases the probability that we’ll build your site to your specifications and can adapt the site to inevitable changes in your business activities. We’re also pretty good at getting it right without daily check-ins, but we’re here if you expect to regularly know how things are progressing.
5. Launch the current release
Launch day! Our favorite! We’ll run through our final checklist and hit the big red button on your command.
6. Review the latest release
This is where we’ll circle back for some discussions about the last release, if necessary, and begin planning out future releases.
Start the next release (start again at step 1)
We’ll go back to the define the product vision to do a routine check-in. We’ll see if we’ve found any new opportunities and ensure that your business goals are still being met.