The length of time it takes to build a website can vary depending on the size of the project, and the company you’re working with. The number of employees involved in the project, the company’s workflow, and the company’s workload will all have an impact on the timeline.
On average, our website development process takes nine weeks to complete, and includes developing content for your website – getting to know your business, writing marketing copy, arranging photography, and anything else that needs to be done to build a beautiful, complete website.
We also ensure there’s plenty of time for you to review our work and respond to our requests. Your website requires your input and we want to make sure there’s time for some discussion.
This is what our process looks like:
- Week 1: You approve the proposal and pay the down payment
- Week 2: We have a content meeting with you.
- Week 3: We submit the draft content.
- Week 4: You submit your feedback on the content; we incorporate any changes.
- Week 5: We submit mockups of the website.
- Week 6: You submit your feedback on the website design; we incorporate any changes.
- Week 7: The test website goes live; we send you the link.
- Week 8: You submit feedback on the test website; we incorporate any changes.
- Week 9: We submit the invoice for the project; the site goes live upon payment.
Once the website is live, we’re happy to help you continue to manage it properly. We highly recommend our website care plans, which include updates, back-ups, security scans, and monthly support.