The Growth Driven Design method of building a new website is more comprehensive and progressive than a traditional build it and forget it website. We start with the Strategy Phase by developing your website visitor personas, brainstorm a wish list of functions and content for your new website, and create a design based upon fundamental industry assumptions. These are procedures that we apply to a traditional website build, except the difference is that we launch your Growth Driven Design Website within 30 days at a lower cost!
Why a lower cost? Because we’re not done building your website! Instead of launching a final platform, you are launching an agile mold from which you can build and improve upon, depending on the data we accumulate from your users. We continue to build and improve your site over the next 12 months.
After the launch, we start the Continuous Improvement Phase by running monthly analytic reports and heat map analysis to gauge how visitors are interacting with your site. With this actual user experience information we are able to improve the flow of your website, identify & implement high impact changes, and repeat these steps every month for a year.
The result is a website that is actually works for you and your visitors. Your website should never remain static. Your website should reflect the growth and vitality of your organization. It should always be growing and improving!
This is the normal routine of building a new website. We start with the Strategy Phase by developing your website visitor personas, brainstorm a wish list of functions and content for your new website, and create a design based upon fundamental industry assumptions. Depending on the size and scope of the website, this process can take between 1-3 months from Strategy Phase to Launch.
After your new website is completed, our clients have a few options to choose from when it comes to updating and maintaining their new website. In some cases we train our clients on logging into their site to update content, galleries, and various elements of their website.
For most of our clients, we take on the monthly tasks of updates, maintenance, security and website improvements. This leaves our clients with the freedom to focus on the aspects of their organization that they enjoy, and the peace of mind of knowing that they have skilled web developers maintaining their site. Below is a pricing table of some of our packages. Each website is unique, and we will taylor a maintenance package that works best for you.
Do you already have a website, but just want to give it a more modern look? Do you need to update your core files, plugins and content? We can take care of that for you!
Don’t need a totally rebuilt site? In some cases we can go into an existing WordPress site and modify the layout and look. We can bring your site to a more modern look for a fraction of the price of building a brand new site. Contact us today to see how we can help bring your site into the 2017 styles.
Hillcrest Management is an established company in Illinois. They were ready to update their website to match the new marketing campaign that they had already started. We matched their existing marketing campaign by incorporating their new colors and the geometric pattern in the hero/slider images. We work hard to ensure that your organization keeps a consistent message and theme in all your campaigns (print and online).
Extreme Performance Wheels is a company appealing to a young audience. A majority of their audience visits their site via mobile devices, so we took advantage of a newer design style. A design that reflects the younger mindset; a generation that is growing up with smart phones as their primary means of searching the internet. This was a fun project to work on and has been well received by both the client as well as their audience.
Roomba Inn & Suites has two locations (Orlando & Daytona Beach) in Florida. We needed to link the website to their reservation systems for both hotels. We also worked to make sure that visitors had an easy way to navigate between the two properties on the one website.
Florida Movement Therapy is based in South Florida, with locations in Boca Raton and Boynton Beach. They already had a color scheme for us to use as a starting point, as well as plenty of pictures of their facility. The only stock image we used was the 1st Hero images on the Home page in order to convey their purpose “Helping you get back out there to enjoy life”. One of the needed functions for their new site was an Events area. They needed a way to display one-time as well as repeated events and sessions for each of their locations.
We have a client that enjoys his Bible study group so much that he records it each Sunday morning. We collect his video each Sunday, edit the unnecessary footage and upload it into their YouTube channel. We then bring it into their new responsive site for people who are home-bound to be able to stay up to date with the latest studies. The site also attracts people throughout the country, bringing in new visitors when they are in town.
Jarrettsville Furniture is a longstanding family business. Their previous site was outdated and cumbersome to update. We use the latest site platforms in order to take advantage of current and convenient website capabilities. Features we install make it quick and easy to keep their site up-to-date with the latest inventory specials.
Montana Construction originally wanted a simple site to showcase their expertise. Once we received the video they had shot for their site, we realized quickly that we wanted to do something more impact-full for them. We edited their videos (over 15 minutes of raw video) to a shortened segment to highlight the action and showcased a primary, full page, video. The result is a very powerful and memorable site for anyone visiting their site.
Sibia Eye Institute had a very comprehensive site, but it was not a responsive website. Responsive websites are needed for today’s viewers, who are viewing more websites on tablets and smartphones. The traffic from viewers on mobile devices are so prevalent that Google started giving priority to websites that either had a mobile site, or a responsive site. Thereby knocking down older unresponsive sites.