We’re firm believers in simple, clean websites based on a solid understanding of what the users need and how the site can be made intuitive and easy to run by the publishing team.
By developing and testing a prototype early on, you’ll be able to see what the site would look like and be part of the testing and iteration process, rather than being delivered a fixed end result which may not be what’s actually the best fit for your users.
We keep in touch through the project both by phone/email and using the web-based project management tool Trello, so you can see what’s being worked on and give feedback in context.
For each launch, typically, we work in four stages, drawing on a common process for iterative digital development:
1. Discovery: define the scope and structure of the site
2. Alpha: test the interfaces and technologies for the new site
3. Beta: scale up the content and functionality in the site
4. Live: launch and support ongoing use of the site