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7 Stages of Development
- Gather specifications of the project
- Do in-depth research of users
- Establish a strategy to best accomplish goals within the budget and timeframe
- Fine tune the technological route for the front- and back-end development
- Determine the full and final in-depth scope of work
- Conceive the main goals of the website and work timeline
- Conceive the website's flow
- Prepare detailed wireframes showing the different areas of the website, their features and the technologies that will be implemented
- Create the graphic theme, which includes the color scheme, atmosphere and general look and feel
- Determine layouts and structures for web pages
- Create the graphic elements of the website
- Program and integrate for enhanced user experience and usability
- Integrate databases
- Implement the application
- Implement the back-end and full administration
- Integrate all features with any current systems and databases
- Do extensive testing to ensure the application is 100% functional and bug free
- Fine tune the final design and features
- Configuration and setup of server that will host the website
- Move the site to the live server and launch!
- Extensive on-page SEO techniques throughout the website
- Extensive off-page SEO techniques to promote the site
- Ensure that it appears in the top results for a variety of relevant keyword searches, thereby yielding quality traffic
- Promote the website throughout all relevant and appropriate online venues and platforms
- Setup and integrate a system to fully record the traffic on the site and generate detailed reports and statistics
Frequently Asked Questions
Got questions? We’ve got answers.
We charge an hourly rate. Building a website involves finding out what a client is looking for. For static sites intended for sharing information with the public, costs may range anywhere from $2,500 to $10,000. For dynamic sites, hardware development, and other services where you may need custom code written the cost ranges anywhere from $20,000 to $100,000. Due to the range, we recommend clients making a deposit of $500 so we can help find out the specifics and build as close to an accurate quote as we can.
You can pay as much as you want, when you want. We offer the flexibility of “On Demand” Developer Service. Paying in installments divides your project into discrete segments which can allow you to see how your app or website develops over time.
You can also pay for the project up front. By doing this, your project will be completed more quickly than On Demand payment because the whole development team can work on your project at once, instead of waiting for payments after each step.
Ask an account manager what payment plan is right for your project!
Our work on your project is calculated by the hour so you have a complete breakdown of what you’re being charged for and how much time is estimated to complete your app or website. Our hourly rate is $125. Our business representatives can give you the cost and estimated hours, as well as a proposal which shows where your time and money go, stage by stage.
We accept payments from MasterCard, Visa, Visa Debit, American Express and PayPal. We also accept wire transfer and checks.
Our development and administrative teams are located in the Greater Boston area, a hub for great technology development. We have additional executive and administrative staff members located in New York City. Our addresses are:
354 Main St,
45 Rockefeller Plaza
New York City, NY 10111
Using our in-house project management system, you can make payments, view screenshots of the most updated version of your project, message the development team, upload files, and see all tasks related to your project and which developer or designer is assigned to them.
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We use a custom-built, in-house, proprietary project management system that you can intuitively use to work directly with developers and designers, store files, manage hosting and make payments.
Whether you pay on demand or up front, you will only be responsible for payment for work completed on your project up to and including the day and time ISO is notified you terminate or stop your project.