- Briefing. We get to know each other, discuss a task, deadlines.
You talk about your business, about the target audience. You can send competitors (or I will find them myself). We are looking for references - sites we like, posters, pictures - in order to understand in what style we will work on the project. Send content (texts and photos). If there are no photos, we plan a photo session or use stock photos or illustrations.
2. Research. I do competitor research
in your industry and those close to it to determine how we can stand out from their background. I analyze portraits of target audience. I write User Stories in order to find the best content and functionality that your client expects to see on the site.
3. Design and Structure. I work according to the laws of UX
site structure so that it is easy and convenient for your client to use and that it meets the main requirements of the market. I work with text. I create prototypes - a skeleton of a site with a structure and texts without design (on request, for larger projects)
4. UI Design. Based on the references, I draw 2-3 options
design concepts (these are the first 1-2 screens of the site), which we subsequently discuss with you and choose the option you like best. I continue the rest of the design in the chosen style. I draw a mobile version if necessary.
5. Layout on Tilda (if needed). After design approval, I
I'm migrating the site to Tilda. I adapt to mobile devices, set up micro-animations, connect forms, payment systems, carry out basic SEO settings, connect a domain, write down a training mini-instruction for you (so that it would be convenient for you to later edit something on the site yourself without my help. But remember that than the more complex the site, the less content you can change there yourself without compromising the appearance). Further, within 2 weeks during the launch of the site, I am in touch with you.