First of all we will discuss with you your requirements and how our process works
To come up with some initial ideas, designs and timescales
Looking at your competitors we will see how we can best promote your business
Initial designs will be put online for you to view, interact with and test
So, now discuss any changes you may require and also any technologies you would like adding
Any changes discussed earlier will then be implemented for you to view and interact with
Further tweaks and changes can therefore be given until you are happy with your website
Finally, your website is now good to go live and will be published online so you can start trading
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