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6 Steps in designing Responsive website

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6 Basic Steps required to design a responsive website and professional website
At emexrevolarter we have developed 6 basic steps used to set-up responsive websites and professional websites. These steps will help you to fully incorporate all the necessary business details of your Clients and still maintain high industry standard. Actually, high standards in website design will present your finished works as professional and classy.

The mobile first standard in website design and website template creation makes responsive website a high necessity. For every company, satifacion of her Clients is a top priority. These 6 simple steps in designing responsive website will give you a good start.
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Step 1: Learn about your business
We do analysis of your business and come up with an appropriate business description. Then, consideration is giving to how a web presence can help boost your sales. We do this through creative briefs. A creative brief is basically a series of questions that we ask our clients so that we can understand the scope and goals of their project. We establich face-to-face meetings with our Clients or phone calls or emails, in order to exchange information on the project. During this stage we ask questions such as: The client's target audience; Their primary and secondary goals for the website; Current branding characteristics; Budget; and Deadlines they need to meet. Since businesses are unique as ther localities, businesses in Nigeria cannot be the same as in other countries. Hence, targeted approach is needed to profer appropriate solution.

       
Step 2: Plan fitting Model
Each design strategy we make for each website is handcrafted to fit the client's vision. This is what makes our designs so unique. At this satge we do lots of note-taking, sketching, creating mock-ups, and study of competitors' websites. Also, appropriate tools are selected to give the project all the needed features it deserves.

       
Step 3: Design a Comp
A comprehensive dommy is created from the cumulated data from previous stages. This is simply known as Comp. A comp is actually a visible sketch on paper or dommy page, which is an exact replica of how the website will look like when completed. This is presented to the Client, and after series of adjustments and modifications, a final version of the Comp is approved. We then move on to the next stage.

       
Step 4: Code the website
In this stage, we convert the Comp to a real live website. A base template is created from the Comp, and the necessary functions added to make user interaction superb. Basically, the design is a static type. However, on demand, a content management system can be integrated into the website design seemlessly. We have developed a product known as eWA (emexrevolarter Web Application). eWA Framework is the dynamic version of eWA Static. Content creation and updates is a breeze with eWA Framework. Series of testing for device and browser compartibility are done after the completion of the website. Clients give their approval before the final launch of the website.

       
Step 5: Launch the website
This is the time we release the website to the public. We embark on corrective measures to arrest any bugs and then launch. This is done over a stated period of time for all the errors to be fixed. With this stage completed, the website will be accessible for users to criticise. No website designer will want to release an under developed website to the public especially were critics like those in Nigeria exist.

       
Step 6: Maintain
This stage has to do with the maintenance of the website. It is during Stage 1 that the Client decides who will be in charge of website maintenance. During the hand-off/closeout of the project, we help to provide some guidelines and basic training to our clients to make sure they understand how to properly maintain their site.
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