We conduct extensive research on your target audience. We narrow down the priority targets, age interests, and habits these will help us to determine the best design style for the website. then we put together a detailed website plan and we develop a site map. Site map is the list of all main topic areas of the website, including sub-topics. This map will clarify what content will be on the website and will help to understand the navigational structure.
Content writing and compiling usually overlaps with other stages of website creation, and its role can’t be underestimated. At INTOTEQ, we believe that, content is the king. It is the essence of communication as it relates to the user interface of the website. It is the process of adding calls-to-actions and other information related to the company, product or service to the website. we write demanding and creative headlines, texts, and so on.
At this step, we begin the development cycle. we begin with the Frontend: This is the development of the client-side part of the website to interact with the users. The designs initially made in the early stages are transformed into special animations and effects. Functions are subsequently integrated based on the choice of technologies and tools. The developers ensure responsive and friendly use of the site irrespective of the device. Then we move on to the Backend: This is the flip side of frontend development. Backend development services are essential for enabling the interaction of user-side and server-side, interfacing the whole website. It is more like the engine room. The code at the backend is responsible for the server-side, database, integration of business logic, and so on depending on the purpose of the website.
At this step, we run a sequence of rigorous, meticulous, and repeated tests to prove the elimination of bugs. The quality assurance team tests for functionality, usability, compatibility, performance, and so on. once the coast is clear and the quality assurance team gave their approval, the website is then deployed to a server.