We divide our website development life-cycle into numerous steps - right from information gathering,
to launch, and finally maintenance of the website. Let’s take a dive into the
workings of our web development process.

Planning and Research

The first step of the web development process begins with planning and research, which involves communication with the customer and connecting disparate sources of information. The information is organized, collated and normalized for your database. Once the research is completed, our findings and the final visual look of the project is given to the customer. After discussions and feedback, an estimate is given about the time required for development.

Wireframe and Sitemap Creation

An important step in any design and development process, wireframing allows us to define information hierarchy, making it easier to plan the layout. According to the information gathered in the previous stage, a sitemap is created, which enables the customer to judge the final look of the website. Sitemap shows the connection between different pages of a website, which further makes it possible to understand how the end-user will find the required information when he starts from the home page.


After planning the sitemap, we begin coding. The programmer adds his code without disturbing the design and layout. The developer interacts with the designer and ensures that the code does not change the look and feel of the website. The site is made accessible across browsers, apps and mobile devices through responsive designing.

Testing, Review and Launch

Every single link is tested to ensure that there are no broken ones in between. Every form and script is checked to find possible typos. After deployment, a final test is done to make sure that all files have been installed correctly. And finally, after going through all the stages, the website is launched in a scalable and secure infrastructure.