The process begins with a thorough project discovery phase to understand client requirements, goals, and the target audience, laying the foundation for the project.
Designers create wireframes and prototypes to visualize the web interface, outlining layout, navigation, and functionality before diving into full-scale development.
The visual design phase involves selecting color schemes, typography, imagery, and interactive elements, ensuring alignment with the client's brand and design preferences.
Development focuses on creating a responsive layout, ensuring that the website adapts seamlessly to various screen sizes and devices.
Frontend developers write clean HTML and CSS code, bringing the design to life and ensuring pixel-perfect alignment with the visual concept.
Rigorous testing is conducted to identify and resolve any compatibility issues or bugs, ensuring the website functions smoothly.
Once the website is thoroughly tested and approved, it is deployed to a live server. Post-launch, ongoing performance optimization and updates are conducted as needed.
Frontend and backend development must be integrated seamlessly. Developers collaborate with backend teams to ensure that frontend components interact effectively with server-side functionalities.