A Step by Step Guide To Your Journey With Island Web Design

Discover the client-focused process at Island Web Design. From initial questionnaire to final website launch, learn how we tailor each step to your unique vision, ensuring a seamless, collaborative experience.

Contract and Initial Deposit

Your journey begins once you sign the contract and make a 50% deposit which secures your spot.

The Questionnaire

You'll receive a comprehensive questionnaire. This is a great opportunity to get all your ideas and requirements in writing, even if we've already discussed them.

Initial Design

Based on our discussions and your questionnaire responses, I'll create an initial website design and present it to you. This is your first glimpse into how your ideas are taking shape.

Feedback and Revisions

We value your input at every stage. Following the initial design presentation, we enter an iterative process of feedback and revisions. There’s no cap on revisions — we'll collaborate back and forth, tweaking and refining until the design meets your complete satisfaction. This step ensures the final product truly resonates with your vision. 25% payment is collected upon confirmation of the first design.

Coding and Building

Once the design is finalised, I'll code the website. This includes building your admin dashboard and preparing the site for launch, ensuring all analytics and Google search components are in place.

Final Review and Domain Setup

You'll receive a live link for a final review. Here, we’ll either transfer your existing domain or help you source a new one. We also set up your free hosting during this phase. Final 25% payment is paid upon transfer of your domain.

Launch and Promotion

Finally, we go live! Your website is launched, and we run a promoted post on our Facebook and Instagram pages to maximise your online presence.

Constant Communication

Throughout this process, we maintain constant communication. You're never left in the dark, and we’re always here to address any specific questions or concerns you may have.