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A truly well designed and developed website can turn into an effective marketing tool that will assist your business with numerous tasks, such as strengthening your company’s corporate identity, processing orders, dealing with client feedback, delivering product and service information, and much more.

We at WP Internet are extremely serious when it comes to quality control. We are not completely satisfied unless we feel that we have surpassed your expectations – regardless of the project size or cost. We will work closely with you and help guide you in the right direction to ensure that you receive the highest possible return on your investment.

1. Project Analysis
First, we assess your specific business needs and site objectives to make certain they are incorporating all of your business goals. It is necessary to align your site with your business plan in order to support and properly communicate your message in a way that is consistent with your corporate structure. We will work with you until you are completely satisfied and ready to make your goals into reality!

2. Design & Development
Once the requirements of your project are understood, approved and documented, we begin the process of designing a solution. Our planning starts at the drawing table where we sketch out and categorize all elements of the project. We provide you with a GUI (Graphic User Interface) and flow chart, which offers a visually appealing and functional means of navigating through the application. This stage may additionally include other essentials such as database infrastructure design, electronic payment configuration, name registration and so forth, depending on the nature of the project.

3. Implementation
After the design and infrastructure are completely approved, we move on to the production and implementation stage. This is often the most time consuming step, but also the most interesting and exciting. All of the research and concepts that were reviewed earlier can now be put to work to produce a functional model, and based on the model, all the components are then plugged in and a complete product is presented.

4. Evaluation and Adjustments
Now we can take the complete product and evaluate it against the original goals and concepts that were defined in the analysis stage. Any adjustments that are required can now made as needed. Ease of use, flow of design, technical stability and information architecture are all tested at this point. Upon successful completion of all the evaluations, a final product is delivered to you.