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SDLC, Software Development Life Cycle

Customized Websites

Websites, Database and Documentation

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For websites and documentation, we build on proven industry-standard processes. For example, when possible we follow a software development standardized process as shown below. But we also adapt and customize, so that the same output remains relevant and actionable.
Process and Approach for Building Websites:
• • Analysis
We start a project by collecting comprehensive details about the client's requirements, its audience, market, and competititon and define project objectives.
Key points:
Initial consultation
Requirement gathering
Target audience, market, competition
Scope and sitemap
Determine level of effort
Timelines
Approval Process: If yes, Budget, Resources and Client Consultation
• • Design
During this stage we begin the process of developing the site's look and feel, the flow of content throughout the site, the logical organization of the site's information and it's functionality. These concepts are either provided by you or presented to you for your evaluation and approval.
Key points:
Graphic User Interface (GUI)
Color schemes and navigation
Information architecture
Graphics modifications
initial draft unit test
modifications resulting from unit test
 
• • Testing and Validation
During this stage we test navigation, content, links. Review client requirements to ensure we have captured details. When there are no client requirements we design
Key points:
Graphic User Interface (GUI)
Color schemes and navigation
Information architecture
Graphics modifications
initial draft test
Set up meeting with client
 
• • Client Approval
During this stage we present the initial draft (in some cases, final version) to the client. Overview of website or database to obtain user acceptance.
Key points:
Overview Graphic User Interface (GUI) approval
Color schemes and navigation approval
Information architecture approval
Graphics modifications approval
Review updates with clients
Set up timeline for revisions (next meeting)
 
• • Implementation
Upon client approval site is placed on the web server
Key points:
Launch
Validation and performance in production
Search engine submission
Finalize maintenance (if applicable)
Final client meeting
Establish future follow up - Lessons learned