Our process at Weismann Web is 100 percent focused on your satisfaction, and what you need to grow your business. To create a custom web application for your business, we:
- Plan. To create the plan for your custom web application, we work in-depth with you to determine your needs and goals. We don’t create the app until we have a complete understanding of what you want. This builds the foundation for the app development in order to ensure that the final product accomplishes its goals.
- Design. At Weismann Web, we understand that design can make or break any application. It has to be easy to navigate and effective. We keep all coding in check to make sure the app runs smoothly.
- Develop. We only use the most powerful tools available to build our custom web applications. Tools such as CodeIgniter allow us to create the framework for your app while modifying the specific needs
- Support. One of the benefits that our clients love is our dedication to customer service. We don’t consider a project complete until you absolutely love our work—that’s our guarantee! We also guarantee that it works and offer incredible free support for 90 days and have discounted support plans after that time is up.
Ensuring the success of project is a complicated matter, but one that is made simpler by having a clear-cut process to follow. At Weismann Web, we have come up with a simple and easy-to-follow process to ensure that all of the project’s goals, deadlines and objectives are met. Here is how it works:
1. Planning. Starting a project without a plan is certainly bound for failure. That is why every project we handle goes through the planning stage first. This is where we determine your needs, goals and objectives. Aside from that, we also look into the industry you belong to, your audience and your competitors. From all these, we come up the plan which will serve as the foundation of the entire project.
2. Information Design. Before we even design the graphical elements of your website, we need to know what goes into each page first. Included in this stage is the creation of the website’s site map, wireframe, and seeing how to best approach the different personas of your users. We do these things to ensure that all the data flows logically on each page, and that all the elements are designed and written to ensure a positive reaction from the audience.
3. Graphic Design. It’s all about the right balance of form and function when it comes to designing the website. What it means is that our designs look great without obscuring the message that you wish to convey. We also take a careful consideration of your image to immediately tell your visitors what you are about.
4. Development. A great-looking website isn’t much without the code underneath that make it all function. So we hand-code all the back end elements of your website while strictly adhering to industry standards and other considerations such as cross-browser compatibility and accessibility.
5. Launch. After weeks of hard work, your website is complete–almost. Before we launch it to the public, we will make sure that everything works without any bugs and errors in the code, design and copy. We will also present it to you for approval so that the end product meets your expectations. Once the website is approved, we will migrate it to the production server and it will finally go live for everyone to see.
6. Support. While you are happy with your site today, chances are that you will eventually outgrow it as your needs and trends on the internet change. So whether you need tools to analyze your traffic or make it more visible to search engines, you can trust us to provide you with ongoing support.
Ready to build your website? Contact us today to get started!
Often times businesses are intimidated by the idea of designing a new website and struggle with deciding what type of information to include on the site as well as how to make it effective. This is especially true for new businesses, or well-established business that are designing their first site.
When it comes to driving traffic to your site, one of the most effective and most misunderstood tools available comes in the exact form as this post comes to you: a blog post.
It is generally accepted in the web arena that frequent, good-quality blogging can increase traffic to your site significantly. As a matter of fact, a recent study by Hubspot found that frequent posts could increase site traffic 5 fold. For small businesses, the news is even better as the study surmised that there is an even more significant correlation between increased blog posts and increased site traffic than is the case for larger businesses.
It’s no coincidence then that many businesses are clamoring to start up a proper blog. But, before you strike up an account and start blogging away we wanted to give you a few tips for creating good quality posts.
The question of whether or not you should use Twitter to market your business has been answered and it is an emphatic, Yes! While this isn’t necessarily a definite call-to-action for you to begin using Twitter to promote your business, it does mean that you should consider it.
In today’s market creating a way for customers to purchase your products and services online can greatly affect your businesses bottom line. Today’s shoppers are very comfortable shopping online and the Internet has quickly become a one-stop shop for making quick, convenient, and smart purchasing decisions.
Do I need a website for my small business? As a small business owner it’s a legitimate question to ask. Websites do require a monetary investment. But, even more importantly they require a time investment. So, considering the money, time, and effort it takes to maintain a successful website for your business it also makes sense to consider whether or not you actually need one.
To help answer that question, consider this analogy. About four months ago I saw a package of phone books being delivered to the building where I work. The two shrink-wrapped stacks of Yellowpages adorned the center table-piece of our building lobby for about two weeks. At that point, someone got tired of the eyesore and moved them to the corner, sitting them in the floor by the elevator. They sat there for another six weeks until they finally disappeared (I’m assuming to the recycling bin).