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Professional website design services, custom WordPress strategies, and website development solutions to create beautiful modern websites that increase leads, sales, and Google rankings.
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Creating a great website includes so much more than just design
While most digital agencies focus on a single customer journey and only create you a pretty website, our modern website design agency creates website experiences that include the complete customer journey through multiple online and offline channels.
We create engaging and integrated website design experiences that users want to engage with, represents your brand vision, is easy to use, and Google wants to rank.
- Current State Analysis
- Code Framework Definition
- Information Architecture
- Website Design
- Website Development
- Search Engine Optimization
- SEO and User Transition Plan
- Measurement Strategy
- Website QA
- Your Brand Book
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After interviewing local and large national site redesign firms, we couldn’t find a provider who could address all the challenges. Then we found Bill and his team.
They met every need we had with our website redesign, site and blog integration, brand and look update, and forms-CRM assimilation. Bill and his team exceeded our expectations.
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Our Website Design Process and Approach
Our process to build the best looking website for your business includes all of these website design elements. This process guides us in building a website that helps customers find you on Google, creating a strategy to increase user engagement and conversions, helping you create great website content, and building a reporting and measurement framework to help you get more value from your website.
Current State Debrief
We will work with your team to understand the evolution of your website and what functionality and design elements work best. This will help us plan and give direction for the new website design.
This will include:
- Reviewing the current sitemap, content value, and which pages are a priority in the new architecture
- Better understanding your target users and what you know about them regarding content expectations
- Reviewing the competition to gain insights into their design and content strategy
- Better understand your expectations, and what you define as a good looking website design
Design / Code Framework Definition
This is part of the planning phase in which we will find a framework that has the functionality and elements needed to create your new website.
The framework will be chosen based on:
- Inherent Functionality
- Code Base Efficiency
- Design Efficiency
- Page Builder Used
Making sure your website’s framework runs efficiently, is easy to use, and is flexible enough to integrate additional 3rd party functionality will be key for expanding functionality and building elements that address your user needs.
How your website’s content is structured is not only beneficial to SEO, but it needs to align with your users’ expectations. We will create your website’s information architecture, aligning it with user expectations and search engine value.
- Extracting and analyzing the content sets
- Organizing/consolidating content sets to align with user behavior and SEO value
- Building an optimized sitemap and site structure that aligns with the expectations of your target audience
Website Design and Development
Once we have the final content set and sitemap finalized, we will create a working model to show the basic layout and functionality of the website. Once the model is completed and approved we will start designing the website.
The design process will include the following:
- Creating a design for the website to optimize page structure for users and search engines and help communicate brand values through design
- Website development, testing, and optimizing the code for search engines, mobile devices, and site speed
- Form implementation that allows for integration with CRM systems and the easy capture and collection of lead information
Search Engine Optimization
Going above and beyond most basic website designs, all our designers make it a priority to work with our SEO team to include on-site SEO. Prior to adding the new content set to the website, we will optimize it for search engines.
This includes optimizing the following:
- Title Tags, Images, and Content
- On-page Content Hierarchy
- Internal Link Structure and Navigation
- PDF Optimization
SEO and User Transition Plan
Having a transition plan in place when redesigning a website is vitally important to ensure the user journey remains uninterrupted and search engines can efficiently and effectively apply value to the new website. Missing this step or poor implementation can cause traffic loss and user satisfaction decline.
Because we’ll be doing the design, coding, and strategy, most of our transition plan will be integrated into those elements.
Making sure you can effectively track KPIs, goals, and inform Google that you have a new website, we will work with your team to integrate and setup Google Analytics and Google Search Console into your new site.
This will include the following items:
- Goal Definition Session
- Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools Setup
- Reporting Strategy
Website Quality Assurance
Each of the teams that are involved in creating your website will follow strict QA processes to make sure your website is optimized for uses, search engines, and mobile devices, as well as reviewing functionality and lead form or shopping cart execution.
Having a brand book is key to ensuring that whether it’s an email, a brochure, merchandise, or a 10-foot sign, your company’s identity will be consistent across all customer and user touch points.
Your brand book will include the following:
- The variations of your logo, how to (and not to) use them, and visual examples
- Your brand’s color palette with color values for screens, websites, printed materials, and Pantone printing
- Your brand’s typography and how to use it most effectively in print and online
- Information on secondary graphic elements, iconography, and where and when to use it
- Breakdown of key templated documents like brochures, business cards, and technical briefs
- Examples of proper applications on different materials and merchandise