CSS, PHP, Angular, LAMP stacks; we could get a little crazy here but we don’t want to bore you with technical jargon. Daniel Scott Design has proudly delivered professional custom website design project to its customers for over 12 years. Most notable works include sites for Wolters Kluwer, Coleman USA, and Newman University.
Daniel Scott Design works closely with each client to deliver premium custom website solutions while eliminating business “pain points”.
PHASE 1 – ANALYSIS & DIAGNOSTICS
Every website redesign begins with a deep analysis to the site’s current performance; taking note of bounce rates, speed, navigation paths, SEO health and many other key performance indicators.
PHASE 2 – GOAL SETTING
After the diagnostic phase, I work one-on-one with the client to create a plan containing realistic goals and concrete objectives.
PHASE 3 – DESIGN PROPOSAL
Before the coding begins, we work with the client to provide a proposed design and layout using Brad Frost’s Atomic Design principles to ensure brand consistency while providing a truly unique web experience.
PHASE 4 – DEVELOPMENT
This is our favorite part of the project – web development. While downing many cups of coffee, the website finally comes together like a concert at the New York Philharmonic.
PHASE 5 – DEPLOYMENT
After careful planning and coordination with the client, your new website will be introduced to the world with minimal downtime and on time.
PHASE 6 – EVALUATION & REPORTING
A website is never truly finished and there’s always room to improve. It is a living, breathing, and SEO hungry beast. The key is to understand what it likes to be fed in order to grow into a larger beast. We do this by re-evaluating key metrics and learning what areas have the most potential for growth.
While there are many factors that come into play to determine the success of a website’s design, it largely boils down to knowing your audience and building solutions to problems your online audience faces. Daniel Scott Design focuses on five core industries that are specific to the Wichita, Kansas market: