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Best web designer in Kerala, Freelance website designer

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Web design process

# 1 Discussions
This is where we need to start, I will have few questions on your requirements on the website to be developed. I will ask details about the nature of the business you do, reference websites or competitor websites. I will collect all the possible details about your needs on the website, like color scheme number of pages required, images and other requirements like SEO, CMS and E-commerce.

#2 Demo Design Preparation
Once I completely understood your requirements, I will take an advance amount to start the website design, we will prepare the theme design, and will send you the mock design for you to verify your needs and expectations. The demo design will be sent to you in image format.

#3 Design Approval
When you see the demo website design in image format, you will have an idea on how your website will look like when completed. You may have suggestions or changes, Feel free to ask for any changes add-ons, I will be happy to do the revisions. We may go for endless revisions until I see you happy with the design. Once you are completely happy about the design theme, then let’s go to the next step

#4 Realtime development
Once I get your confirmation on the design we prepared, we can start the real-time development, in this stage we will convert the design to HTML, Mobile Responsive, CMS , E-commerce etc.. I user different languages and Technologies for the development like Photoshop, Dreamweaver, CSS, Ajax, Bootstrap and Java Scripts depends on the requirements. On completion the website will be submitted before client for inspection and final approval.We will go for final revisions if required, (but no design changes)

#5 Website Launch

On successful completion of the website, we will for for final checkups for bug fixing if any. We can go live on your final confirmation and the balance payment. You need to pay the balance amount, and the website goes live.


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