WordPress websites design process
Meet with client to define the scope of the project
Prepare: receive the client’s brief and have a consultation call with the client to understand their business and technical requirements. Additionally understand the customer segments and high-level customer journeys to determine the design of the site.
Establish Website project scope: Summarize the final scope and timeline in the customer brief with their approval. Provide clients with a comprehensive list of their requirements to meet deadlines.
Define: architecture planning and establish a sitemap, navigation and homepage structure to answer the brief fully. Get customer approval.
Design: Propose and select an appropriate WordPress theme to use. Set up hosting, install WordPress, required plugins, graphics to design website after client approval.
Build the WordPress website using the approved sitemap and architecture. Write search engine optimized content for each page (include on-page SEO, Schema, readability). Use blocks to design each section of the pages sending a specific message. Include tagging, links, titles, meta description and other search engine optimized elements for every page.
Test & Debug the WordPress website. Use Chrome Developer tools to ensure that website is responsive mobile.
Install marketing tools to measure site performance – e.g. Google Analytics, Facebook pixel and other.
Deploy: Train customer to update their own blog and load content.
Launch the site on the day agreed with the customer and monitor the website.
Maintain: WordPress updates, security and hosting updates.
Assist client with continued content marketing and content optimization
Set goals, run, monitor and track campaigns.
Report results to client
WordPress website options
One-page, scrolling or single page WordPress websites
What is a one-page website?
Websites containing only one HTML page are called one-page or single-page, scrolling or one-page websites.
The menu guides visitors to sections within the one-page highlighting a specific product, service or visual/graphics.
Who would need a one-page or single page website?
A single or one-page website is the perfect choice for businesses that target a single, niche audience.
Scrolling or single page websites are suitable for portfolios, businesses offering services, single product pages and online or in-person event websites.
Multi-page WordPress websites
What is a multi-page website?
A multi-page website contains links which click through from a home page to more than one HTML page.
The home page gives an overview of the business and every page it links to describes that specific service, product or offering.
Who needs a multi-page website?
These websites are suitable for any business.
Ecommerce WordPress websites
What is an eCommerce website?
An eCommerce website allows its visitors to buy products, services, tickets, and digital downloads on the website.
Who needs an eCommerce website?
Any person or business that wish to build their brand and expand their business online needs an eCommerce website to take orders, process and invoice customers and deliver the ordered goods and services.
Creative Teams and brands we worked with
Contact me on WhatsApp to request sample content copies or discuss your content needs.
Attribution: Web Vectors by Vecteezy
Let’s meet online to discuss your needs:
Book an online meeting (Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams) to discuss your content