What to Expect

There is a lot to take in when it comes to your website. K goes over a timeline of what to expect with your web design, and what each step of the process looks like!

Websites Made Simple

K breaks it all down. Here is rough timeline of how most web design projects get completed:

1. Project Outline

2. Gather Documents

3. Rough Draft

4. Final Draft

5. Completed Project

Main Areas of Focus

Document Gathering

This is extremely important. K cannot start on your site without relevant information about YOUR business!

Rough Draft

The rough draft phase is the best time to tell K exactly how you feel; that way the project will turn out exactly how you want it once everything is completed.

Documents

Send over as much as you have about your business! There is not a such thing as “too much information” when it comes to your website.

Rough Draft

You can request changes such as: Design changes, page changes, contact form changes, image changes, wording changes, and more.

Timeline of Web Design

Below is a rough estimated timeline of how most projects go, so you have an idea of what to expect.

1. Project Outline

K will meet with you to get an idea of exactly what type of site you are looking for. This includes but is not limited to: Number of pages, Informational, eCommerce, or a Static Site, deadline of your project, and more.

2. Gather Documents

K will then request relevant documents needed in order to complete the project. This includes but is not limited to: Images, Business information like location, hours of operation, and anything else you would like on your site.

3. Rough Draft

K will then present to you a rough draft of what the project looks like so far. This is your time to voice any changes you may want to the project, including but not limited to: Design changes, page changes, contact form changes, and more.

4. Final Draft

This phase of the project is where you may request small detailed changes. Don't worry about how many changes you request, K will work with you until everything looks how you want it to look!

5. Completed Project

This is the last phase of the project. K will move the content onto your own domain, which may cause downtime for your site. (Up to 24 hours.) It is best to schedule this part of the project when you get the least amount of visitors, like on a weekend or over night.