The first step in any creative project is a consultation. At MMS AGENCY, we take hold of the project early on by consulting with you and finding out exactly what your expectations are.
It’s hard to understate the importance of this. Many website owners surprise themselves at day one by finding they actually don’t know what it is they want. We use our industry know-how to create something that reflects who you are, online.
Wireframing is used for UX, UI, and business strategy reasons. Building a wireframe allows us to clarify the main features of a website. It also allows analyzing the usability of a page by showcasing its layout: navigation, calls to actions, range of functions, rules of displaying information, conversion paths, etc. Wireframing validates the important information a designer needs to take into consideration while crafting the web visuals.
By "testing" a website in a wireframe state, we probe possible flaws in the business reasoning or architectural composition. It's a great way to avoid content gaps later on in the process.
Wireframing is an investment up front, but it saves time later on. Think of your wireframe as a compass. It shows you the best route to the final destination.
Finally, it's time to create the visual style for the site. This part of the design process will often be shaped by existing branding elements, color choices, and logos, as stipulated by the client. But it's also the stage of the web design process where a good web designer can shine.
Images are taking on a more significant role in web design now than ever before. Not only do high-quality images give a website a professional look and feel, but they also communicate a message, are mobile-friendly, and help build trust.
All concepts and revisions can be viewed online, and there is always an open channel of communication to the designer. Once the customer is completely satisfied with the finished website, high-quality website hosting is offered, or the website can be implemented at a third party host of the client's choosing, as long as appropriate security access and necessary software tools are available.