Website Design to Meet Your Marketing & Advertising Needs.

Website design takes innovative thinking, creative design and skilled programming to make a site meet your brand building needs as well as your business goals. Here at 92 West we make sure that your online presence is beautifully designed, is easy to use and supports / extends your brand name. All of our sites begin with a client meeting to go over our general questionnaire. This document is simple in nature, but it allows our staff to further analyze and plan the structure of the site even before we begin the concepts; saving you time and money.

92 West has developed websites for a variety of large and small clients and we do a great job at meeting your budget needs while keeping your end desired result and functionality in mind. Please feel free to look over our process below and our portfolio of work on the main site to see what 92 West can do for you. Should you need a quote for a upcoming project please call Tom Luke at 402.650.2917 or request a proposal by clicking here.

92 West’s General Questionnaire

    1. What is the purpose of the site: Information, Marketing or E-commerce
    2. Technology Desired: E-commerce, Blog, Flash, Content Management E-Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, Forms, Streaming Audio/Video
    3. Target Audience
    4. Competitors
    5. Business Plan
    6. Desired Marketing Approach
    7. List of 5 sites that the client likes and why.
    8. List of 5 sites that the client dislikes and why.
    9. Color Scheme
    10. Domain Registration – Public/Private/Business
    11. Content:
      1. Sitemap: List of links wanted on the main navigation
      2. Estimate of 2nd tier links from the main navigation
      3. How will copy be created / provided
      4. E-mail addresses to be set-up
      5. Sub domains Wanted (i.e. blog.yoursite.com or photos.yoursite.com)
      6. Contact Information
    12. Maintenance Needs
    13. Desired Budget

Deliverables: Detailed Estimate of Billable

92 West’s Web Development Process

Project Definition

  1. Client Needs Assessment
    1. Questionnaire
    2. Client Interviews
  2. Gather Content
    1. Graphics
    2. Existing Documents
    3. Plan content to be developed
    4. Interactive elements to be developed
  3. Organize content
  4. Identify Web Development team
  5. Clarify objectives, content, and scope
  6. Create Site Map
  7. Create project schedule & estimate
  8. Register domain name, set-up hosting and test environment

Deliverables: Site Map

2. Project Schedule

  1. Content & Design
    1. Design navigation scheme
    2. Develop content outline
    3. Establish design parameters
      1. Supported browsers
      2. Screen resolution
      3. Logos & repeated graphics
      4. Color scheme
    4. Design 2 home page concepts
      1. Submit comps to client
      2. Up to 3 rounds of revisions
    5. Develop 2 sub page concepts
      1. Submit comps to client
      2. Up to 3 rounds of revisions
    6. Clarify objectives, content, and scope

Deliverables: Approved concepts for home page and sub page

3. Production

  1. Prepare web hosting site
  2. Finalize content
  3. Develop site marketing & communication plan
  4. Produce required graphics
  5. Produce Style Sheets
  6. Produce Home page
  7. Produce sub pages
  8. Produce Flash & interactive elements
  9. Clarify objectives, content, and scope
  10. Set up development site

Deliverables: Development site for user testing

4. Launch

  1. Review development site with client
  2. User testing
  3. Implement site marketing plan
  4. Move content to production site
  5. Submit content to search engines

Deliverables: Final website

[Evaluation]

Updates

    1. Update content
    2. Update webpage(s)
    1. Create content
    2. Create webpage(s)
    • Update
    • Addition