Project Life Cycle

Project in Action

We follow the Agile approach in our projects.

Series of short cycles of tasks to ensure we deliver as quickly an error-free as possible. It is an  iterative process, meaning that the website is constantly refined and improved through these sprints.

Project Life Cycle

1. Gather requirements

The first step is to gather requirements from you “our client”. This may include information about your target audience, the purpose of the website, the desired features and functionality, and the overall look and feel of the site. It’s important to have a clear understanding of your business needs and goals to ensure that the final website meets your expectations.

2. Design

The next step is to design the layout and user interface of the website. This may involve creating wireframes and prototypes to visualize the layout and flow of the site, and choosing a color scheme and font styles. Once we get your approval on the design, we are ready to move to the next step.

3. Build

This may involve writing codes such as PHP, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, etc. to create the structure and styling of the site, and integrating any necessary back-end technologies. It’s important to test the site during the development process to ensure that it is functional and performs well on different devices and browsers.

4. Training our Client

For websites that has CMS installed such as WordPress, we will be providing you with training on how to update basic website content, such as images, product prices, add blog articles, etc. and ensure that you have everything you need to manage your website content at ease.

5. Launch

Once the website is complete and your final approval is provided the next step is to launch it. This may involve hosting the site on a server and making it available to the public, as well as performing any necessary final testing and debugging.

6. Maintain and update

After the website is launched, it’s important to regularly maintain and update it to ensure that it remains relevant and useful to users. This may involve adding new content, fixing any issues that arise, and implementing new features or functionality as needed.