Website Design

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MaITs Website Design & Development

One of the reasons why you need a web page is because people search and compare on the Internet before choosing: In the past, they used to ask for recommendations to friends and relatives, but nowadays, the most common thing is to look for opinions on the web . In addition, the use of smartphones is increasingly widespread and not only expect to find your website, but also look for the address of your physical store in Google Maps. Are you going to keep losing potential clients?

Our Responsive Websites are built to your requirements. Each one is unique and reflect your brand requirements and focused on what your visitors want to see. Our goal is to provide a great experience regardless of what size screen you use (phone, tablet or PC).

  • Static
  • WordPress, PHP, HTML, .Net
  • Responsive
  • eCommerce
  • SEO Integration
  • Secure Websites
  • Payment Gateways

We take a bottom-line approach to each project. Our clients consistently see increased traffic, enhanced brand loyalty and new leads thanks to our work.

Step by Step WEB DESIGN

Step 1: Client's needs

Before beginning the arrangement, we'll require data from our customer as could reasonably be expected. The more we know, the more back and forth emails we'll save. 

Listen to Their Ideas

More often than not, customers won't reveal to you what they need, it's dependent upon you to ask them. They need consolation that they will be satisfied the way they imagined it, yet they experience considerable difficulties how they see their future site. The most ideal approach to beat this issue is correspondence. It's fundamental to become acquainted with our web composition customers by making inquiries that will inform you concerning their business. We need to discover the state of mind they're going for, what they like and what they don't.

 Customer survey

The easiest way to deal with some answers concerning our customer is by filling a form. List the most critical questions that will help starting your project. What's the reason for this site? Who's the target audience? Who are your rivals? What actions do you need the guests to take? And so on. The frame ought not surpass 10 questions, since how about we be sensible, not all customers have sufficient energy nor the tolerance to round out 20 or 30 fields. Make a point to send the customer your form before you begin drafting the proposition and not afterward. On the off chance that you need to see a case, you can look at this form.

Step 2: Research, ideas and sketch

This progression is dependably the hardest. When we initially began in the business, we used to hop into Photoshop and begin planning. We can't push enough how wrong that is. The best thing to do is to begin on a bit of paper. 

Begin sketching

If we have a designer who doesn’t have a journal, they go to the closest library in search of one. They can begin with a circle, then ideas stream normally.

Compile Your Inspiration 

We Make a bookmark envelope with the project’s name. Begin inquiring about and afterward spare any website page you regard significant. Make a point not to duplicate correct components or thoughts as this will be considered copying. Find the best looking websites and formats in view of the customer's needs and look for different sites in a similar business. Record what you like and what you don't care for about them. Formats, hues, shapes, activities. Anything that will give you thoughts and motivation for your next step.

Know your Competitors

We take a good look at your rivals' sites. Check all the nearby and universal contenders and gain from their substance. What do they all have in like manner? This is the thing that we ought to incorporate into your site. What are they missing? That is the thing that we can enhance in your site. 

Step 3: Wireframes

Wireframes are the diagram of your site. It's what gives your site a visual structure. A few architects tend to incorporate outline components in their wireframes. This ought to be maintained a strategic distance from totally, as this will divert the motivation behind the wireframes, which is to state where things go, not what things look like. Wireframes ought to be in grayscale to concentrate just on the format. The main way to deal with a wireframe is, yes, a pen and paper. List every one of your components to incorporate on a website page. Next, mastermind them on the page. You can do that additionally on paper or by utilizing any wireframe instrument, for example,, or even Photoshop. It's a basic format to begin working from. Here's a pleasant case of a wireframe:  You can check the whole venture here. Fundamentally, wireframes ought to characterize these principle elements:

 Element Placement:

We can’t begin your site without knowing where things go. Here's the place you choose that. You can even get together with your customer to talk about the best situation for your substance.  Data chain of command A sitemap with a rundown of connections can overpower to a customer and even the creator. By laying out the sitemap, you will have the capacity to perceive how the pages become alright which will permit you to make changes before you stretch to a long way beyond.  Intuitiveness While making your wireframes, you should ask your inquiries: How are these components going to associate with each other? Will the guest take the activities I need him to take? By what means will the guest move around the site? Here's the place client encounter assumes its part. So you made your format. Next, you will make your interface.

Step 4: Style tiles

Style tiles (otherwise called style aides) are an outline deliverable comprising of text styles, hues and interface components that impart the substance of a visual brand for the web. Style tiles depend on visual inclination examinations with the customer The typical components comprise of the logo, typography, hues and manner of speaking.

Time Efficient

Designing the style titles will show our customer the website skin. IT saves time as instead of composing full designed website. So we can make changes as the customer says. Now when the we are done designing the skin. Next we apply it.

Step 5: Prototype

Designing a website is like building a house, Prototyping means building a model of your website before you build the actual website. We build prototypes on Photoshop.


This is the part where we test that whether the website meets with our client’s requirements or not.

Finishing Up

So the best part comes in; when a website is successfully designed. Once the website is done we hand it over to our client.

Next Steps...

Requesting or book a consultant for more information about our services.