Garan Agency’s Website Development Cycle
We apply a smart and systematic approach to deliver exceptional websites. We follow Agile, Scrum, and Kanban methodologies for fast and efficient results.
Phase 1 – Discover and Refine
Our development efforts are based on research. Managing, analyzing, and designing the right solution requires thorough research. We know that the success of our projects includes understanding the client’s perspective and business needs.
Phase 2 – Create a Visual Prototype
We design a website from the information architecture process. We first create prototypes that are low fidelity. This gives designers an idea of what to expect throughout the design process. Garan Agency offers mobile-friendly website design services that focus on providing the best experience for users, whether they are on their phone, tablet, or laptop.
Phase 3 – Develop and construct
Phase 4 – Test and Optimize
Before going LIVE, your website will be examined at all levels: connectivity, back end, response times, user experience, and more.
Phase 5 – Go Live
We hit Publish and you and your audience enjoy the final website.
Web design is the process of building a website using visual images and text. It’s a creative process that combines art, aesthetics, and technical skills. Web development is the process of designing a website using code to build it. It’s often done by engineers or programmers. Designers are typically not involved in web development.
Full-stack web development is a term used to describe a web application that can be built from the ground up using all of the components: front end, back end, and database. This approach typically involves the use of multiple programming languages to develop web-based applications.
Back-end web development is a type of web application development that involves working with the server-side and programming languages such as PHP or NodeJS. This is in contrast to front-end web development, which consists of most of the work being done on the front side of the website. Since back-end developers typically work with servers, they are usually needed when creating and maintaining websites and apps.
Wireframes are the preliminary sketches of how a website or application is going to look like. These sketches are created by designers before the actual product is built. They are used to ensure that all pages on the site follow a similar layout so that they look uniform and don’t conflict with one another. Wireframes help to create a visual representation of the site’s layout, navigation, and content.
Responsive web design is a new way of designing websites that are capable of adjusting the design and layout to fit the screen they’re viewing. The most common type uses responsive CSS, which means that the code adjusts automatically when the viewport size changes. It can also adjust based on the browser window’s width.