At NetSavvy we aim to make the process of building your website as easy and hassle-free for you as possible. These are the steps we follow when starting on a new project:
Once you make contact with NetSavvy, the first thing we will do is arrange a free 1 hour consultation, at a time and place to suit you. If you are not in the Sydney metropolitan region we can work with you via phone and email.
This initial discussion is a chance for us to get to know each other a little, for you to ask any questions you may have and to tell us about the type of website you require. We will discuss the nature of your business, your website requirements and any ideas you may have. If there are websites you have seen and admired, please bring along their addresses to give us an idea of your preferences.
After this consultation, NetSavvy will prepare a written, fixed price quote, without obligation. You may need to provide additional information at this stage so that the quote can be prepared.
Acceptance of Quote
If you decide to accept our quote and proceed with the development, we do ask for a 30% deposit at this stage, with the balance payable on completion.
Domain Name and Hosting
We will then help you select a domain name if you do not already have one and guide you through the process of registering it if you need help. We will also help you arrange hosting for your website.
At the same time we will begin to develop a design for your website. We will send you some initial conceptual ideas, and quickly narrow that down to the one you like best. We will then develop that idea further, mapping out the detail. At the end of this stage we will have agreed on a website design.
Once the look and feel of the website has been agreed, we will build the site, including all the photographs and text that you have by now supplied to us. This is where we write the computer code that underpins your website.
A first draft of the site is released for you to look at. We will ask you to review the site and send us any missing content or text changes.
Final release And Search Engine Registration
Any changes or corrections you have asked for after the first release will be incorporated into the website. You will be asked to review it again and then it will be made live and registered with major search engines.