of your new web site begins with Daniel Design Group's exclusive "web site
goals evaluation." This evaluation helps us
determine the goals of your new site and what is required to accomplish
goals. We also determine your primary and secondary target
The development steps
After the web site goals evaluation is completed, Daniel Design Group searches
for your competitor's sites. What do their web sites look like?
What are they doing to attract business? What marketing strategies
are they using? How are they ranking with
Daniel Design Group then goes to work to arrive at the best means to
achieve your goals... developing "headlines," text content, photo
and graphics content, colors, font selections, page layout/design
and linking. We also develop the wording, phrases and scripting
search engines will need to most effectively find your site.
The theme concept page
Then, we create a "theme concept" page. This page is a graphic
representation (much like a drawing) of your main page.
also create a "storyboard" or schematic to map out the most
effective linking within your site.
typical storyboard or schematic
Daniel Design Group
realizes web site visitors have different likes and dislikes. So,
we offer our clients another exclusive, "the independent critique". We
invite a group of individuals (those familiar, and not familiar,
with your type of business) to critique your new theme concept page.
With this critique, we
discover things that work, or may not work, about the concept.
We make necessary
adjustments and have the concept critiqued once again before we
proceed with the final theme design.
Creating the pages
You're able to look at
your pages as they are created. We post your "site in progress" at
a special address where only you can view it. This allows you to
provide input and adjustments as we progress; you don't have to
wait until afterward. See actual examples of "sites in
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