Asking the right questions at the beginning will help us find out what you need from your website and what is the best option for your needs. Some examples of these questions are uncomfortable, but they're necessary if you want to do my job properly. If it doesn't feel a little awkward, then there's probably something wrong with this process.
Once we have all the information we need, I'll create a visual site map that we can all work off of so nobody has to worry about what's being said and how it should be laid out. Here's an example of a sitemap.
I'll show you what I intend to build and how my solution will work by building a prototype in the browser. I won't worry too much about design at this stage, as it's not that important.
Our website design process starts with tinkering around and having fun to bring your interactive prototype to life. We get to explore your product and create an interactive prototype using colors, graphics, and more to match the identity of your company.
Finally, we go underground for a couple weeks and make sure everything is plugged in and tested before deploying your new website to your hosting server so you can show it off to the world.