The Planning Phase
At The Planning phase, We meet the client to discuss their goals and requirements for the new website. We also present a Client Questionnaire to be completed by the client after the initial meeting. This process is usually followed by creating a Quote and sending it to the client.
The Designing Phase
If the client is happy with the quote, we will proceed to the design phase. The design process involves using the information obtained at the planning phase to create the visual look of the website. This will normally include the home page and content page design. Once completed, the design will be sent to the client along with the online acceptance form to be signed off.
Our Design Skills
The launch phase begins once the design has been signed off and approved by the client. This includes getting all the functionalities in place and testing the new website to ensure that everything is in order. We present the completed website to the client ready for the launch phase.
The Maintenance Phase
Last but not least, a website will need continual support for any necessary maintenance, changes or updates. This is important because a website will need to model all of the growth, change and development a business encounters.
Everything starts with a Great Domain
Domain registration is the first step towards establishing your business’s online presence. Without a domain name your potential customers will be unable to find your website, which is certainly bad for business. Creating a domain name that compliments and represents your organization is essential; your domain name must also be easy to remember, spell and say.
Words from Our Clients
“They understood what we wanted and that which they recommended turned out to be the perfect solution. Overall the experience was excellent and We can confidently commend YOGA’S IT Solutions to other businesses.”
“We were delighted with the website, we regularly get fantastic feedback from our customers, and the support we receive from all of the team at YOGA’S is excellent.”