Introduction to Web Development
One of our prides at BBNDRY is developing lightweight and responsive websites with superb finesse using simple animation to keep users engaged on the site. We also do this by ensuring the functionality is intact. We have a team of in-house developers that work round the clock to ensure a terrific design. Using statistics, they prioritize functionality and get rid of unnecessary assets to make a site fully responsive. This article sheds light on our process of building a quality website.
BBNDRY’s Website Design Process
1. Design Handover
When the client hands over the design, the web development process takes place. This is where the designers brainstorm with the developers on tips to get the design to work in the final output. This is the stage where the team will fully establish the web site's operation, alongside the process of building the backend to meet the client's specifications. These specifications will guide our choice of the best approach for website building, including the selection of tools.
We start almost all website design with the backend. This involves creating a websites based on the selected CMS depending on your needs it could be as simple as a WordPress CMS for a portfolio site to a custom PHP built website with hundreds of pages. This allows you the client to post content on your site as soon as you want. Thus, one of our priorities is developing a flexible website that allows for any changes to products and allows you to add and edit your own content during the growth of your site.
This stage revolves more on the available field in the CMS alongside handling of Data for our developers. This is half of the success, as having a unique website that will pose a problem when you want to update it makes no sense.
When we are satisfied with the development stage, the testing stage is also essential, one of the crucial parts of the process. This is where we test, click, and inspect to detect bugs or mistakes in the process. With testing, we will fix anything that requires fixing and ensure that the design work as expected. In addition, since some browsers behaviors are different, we have browser testing as well. We do this to ensure that the website looks like the design we intended very closely. After testing is complete and the developers already fixed all issues, we can now go live.
5. Go Live
This is the final result, a website available on the web living on a staging link. This allows us to access what the website resembles. Before we go live as well, the client can access the backend. However, we will officially go live when the client gives the final sign-off. This involves setting up the new servers where the domain details are transformed to the right endpoint.