The process Yellow Jelly & Partners carry out to build you a website is a very simple and straightforward one.
After the initial meeting, the dev team plan the site structure and discuss content. This stage brings together all the assets for the site including text, images, video, links, SEO, sitemaps, wireframing and visitor journeys. Also during this stage, the design team will explore potential WordPress CMS themes that may answer the brief. This can help reduce the overall cost-of-a-build and the savings can be used to improve content through increased social media activities.
Layouts are designed for key pages, which include responsive options. Often as flat visuals before final approval, at which point they are created as layered PSD files and made ready for the build stage.
Site build works in two phases. First the build team set-up a dev site on an agreed server. Then the dev team create a structure for the site and develop on-page SEO and start the main build of the site, in line with the approved design.
Now the new site has started to take shape, we enter the test stage testing all functionality and internal linking, proof-reading and fixing any outstanding design/build snags. There will be typically a few ‘Snag lists’ to work through during this stage.
This is the move from dev mode to live server mode hooking up Analytics and other reporting tools. We also perform speed tests, fine-tuning and performance optimising on the live site. Once your site has gone live, there are two-weeks of post-live technical support as standard.
If you are thinking of improving your current website or would like us to quote for a new bespoke website please feel free to contact us using the Yellow Jelly & Partners contact form on this website.
“Working with Yellow Jelly is a pleasure. Their collaborative approach on all aspects of our website, social and marketing support has been invaluable and it has made a huge difference having a capable pair of hands we can rely on. They have great ideas and provide an excellent sounding board.” Marketing Manager, Bloomsbury Wealth