Our strategic planning workshop will provide clarity on how your website meets your business objectives, and what success looks like to you. In this workshop, you’ll be introduced to your ‘Pod’ who will be responsible for delivering that success.
The workshop findings will form the brief, and a thorough audit of your site will provide the FINALLY team with the necessary information to build an effective solution for your website.
If you’re happy with the proposal, a delivery plan and key milestones will be agreed, and the work can start right away.
Rob Harris, Head of Development
The strategic planning workshop which will provide clarity on why we are building a new website for your manufacturing or engineering business and what success looks like to you. The session will include:
This document summarises the kick-off findings and will underpin your entire website project. It will provide you with:
This is an unbiased assessment of your current website's performance, measuring its success in getting users through your customer journey. It includes:
For a website to be successful, it needs a well-structured sitemap that makes sense to your prospect and is easy to navigate. What it looks like:
Using the user journeys, we’ll build and agree on wireframes before any design starts. This includes:
A session that means our content team has a crystal clear view of your brand, its values and tone of voice. What’s involved:
Now it’s time to take all the strategic thinking, planning and mapping and turn it into a website you can be proud of. What happens:
Once the designs are signed off, your website will be built in either WordPress or HubSpot, which will act as your Content Management System (CMS). This means:
Now your new website is built, we'll ensure that the tracking data from your current site is pulled through, plus set up the new tracking. This includes:
In this phase, we thoroughly test multiple browsers and devices to make sure your website loads as expected, no matter where it is viewed. This will include:
A re-direct plan from your old site will be actioned, together with pre-launch, launch, and post-launch testing. What happens: