Our Web Site Design and Development Process:
- Assess Needs
- Design Specifications
- Design, Development & Testing
- Performance Evaluation
The very first step for a successful web site is to gather information regarding what has to be done. Infact this first step is actually the most important one and few things are kept in mind while performing this step like "Its Purpose","Goals","Target Audience" and "Its Content".
At this point a site map is developed using the information gathered in the first step and has a list of all main topic areas as well as sub-topics of the site.This is done by keeping in mind the end users who will be learning about the service and buy your product.
It is also very important to decide what technologies should be implemented. Elements such as interactive forms, ecommerce, flash, etc. are discussed when planning the web site. At this stage we also develope Flow Chart, DFD and Database Structure.
Design, Development & Testing
After successfull completion of the 2nd phase the stage now comes to sketch down the analysis done in first phase. So here we cretae template based on the information gathered. We are dedicated to deliever unlimited designing ideas to the client until and unless they are satisfied and get a sign of relief by saying that
"YES THIS THE CONCEPT AND DESIGN WE WERE LOOKING FOR".
After the design's approval, we proceed to Development Phase that is coding. The coding is done by keeping the latest standards in mind and it is always well commented in each sections. We always keep in mind the delievery time and our team has got the ability to work day and night to meet the deadlines. We give cAfter all
client's satisfaction is the key to success and we follow this rule in this phase too.
The implementation phase involves installing approved applications into production environments. Primary tasks include announcing the implementation schedule, training end users, and installing the product. Additionally, organizations should input and verify data, configure and test system and security parameters, and conduct post-implementation reviews. Management should circulate implementation schedules to all affected parties and should notify users of any implementation responsibilities.
After organizations install a product, pre-existing data is manually input or electronically transferred to a new system. Verifying the accuracy of the input data and security configurations is a critical part of the implementation process. Organizations often run a new system in parallel with an old system until they verify the accuracy and reliability of the new system. Employees should document any programming, procedural, or configuration changes made during the verification process.
Support and Maintenance
The maintenance phase involves making changes to hardware, software, and documentation to support its operational effectiveness. It includes making changes to improve a system’s performance, correct problems, enhance security, or address user requirements. To ensure modifications do not disrupt operations or degrade a system’s performance or security, we establish appropriate change management standards and procedures.
Major modifications involve significant changes to a system’s functionality. We implement major modifications using a well-structured process, such as an SDLC methodology.
Routine changes are not as complex as major modifications and can usually be implemented in the normal course of business. Routine change controls should include procedures for requesting, evaluating, approving, testing, installing, and documenting software modifications.