- Data Architecture
Good design is the creation of a pretty user interface – great design implements a great looking interface and incorporates proper design patterns to enhance the users’ experience using your website regardless if they’re on a desktop, tablet, or mobile device.
We work in a hierarchical fashion: design, develop, and deploy. We understand the complexities of this hierarchy and can account for how decisions made in the design phase affect other decisions down the road.
During design, we start from scratch and determine the basic project needs and deliverables. From there we start by setting up information architecture and how this needs to be displayed across different devices. We then put pen to paper and create wireframes, mockups, and prototypes to turn this larger conceptual idea into something physical and malleable.
Mockups are rarely perfect the first time, so we continue to revise designs with team and client feedback. Once everyone is happy, we move onto development.
- Test Driven Development
- Server-side Code
- Front-end Code
Our developers are always involved in the design process so that they have an in-depth understanding of the project throughout its lifespan. Our developers have a keen eye for design, and understand the complexities of cross-browser and cross-device compatibility, meaning your project looks great across many pieces of hardware and software.
We’re huge fans of open-source, so your project will be built on an open-source platform. We predominately use WordPress for our websites. However, for those larger projects that require something a little extra, we are very comfortable with Ruby on Rails.
Getting a project built is only the beginning. Users are your best source of data, so we integrate analytics once your project is live to get some real-world data on how to refine your project.
From this data we offer improvements or added features, as well as opportunities in the world of marketing and advertising. We have the means to see your project into a success, whether you’re a Fortune 500 public company, or a mom-and-pop small business.