Website Design in Manchester

Creative Website Design for the North & Beyond.

We design our websites using our tried-and-tested 5 stage process which includes face-to-face workshops, design wire-framing and user-experience AB Testing which result in an end product that communicates your brand messages, strengthens credibility and generates valuable leads. We build websites that provide a refreshing and engaging experience, allowing our design elements set you apart from the crowd. We ensure our websites have as little code as possible, keeping load times low and user interaction rates high.

Our 5 Phase Development Process.

The Northern Web’s website design process allows us to complete work efficiently and correctly. We break our design process into 5 different phases:

Phase 1: Intro & Workshop

To kick off the project, we hold our first meeting to discuss your requirements and aim of the website, building an action plan.

Phase 2: Content & Wire-framing

A skeleton document is provided for you to complete which supplies us with all the content we require to build into the website. While you complete the document, we work on wire-framing and design.

Phase 3: Development & Prototype

Once content is submitted and the design finalised, we begin the build of the website. This includes designing layouts for all pages, implementing copy, imagery & branding.

Phase 4: Polish & Compatibility

When the initial prototype is complete and you are happy, we begin to polish the website, tweaking on page performance, adding google analytics, formatting for mobile and polishing core functionality.

Phase 5: Fine Tune & Launch

If you are happy with the final result, we launch! But it’s not over there… We are on hand for 30 days while you learn how to use your website, or need assistance with any issues you may encounter.

Kick-start your next website!

What do you get with a Northern Web Website?

We go above and beyond for our clients, providing grade a service followed by aftercare that helps you get to grips with your new website.

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