Imagine you are driving a car to somewhere you have never been. Your guide is in the seat next to you, but they did not look up the route ahead of time so they wing it; they tell you to turn urgently and without warning. You are peeling around corners, burning rubber and fuel and sanity, until the inevitable—you are hit in an intersection trying to speed through a red light to make up time.
When you approach any project without a clearly defined plan, you often end up with the same scenario. But approaching web design and development this way? The time and “fuel” lost can be especially vast (read: costly). Realizing this, Envoy has established a focused approach to our web design and development—we start with our Web Questionnaire that asks short, powerful questions. This allows us to wholly understand our clients’ needs, map out a plan from start to finish and anticipate potential problems. We then take the information and plug it into our phased timeline with scheduled, quality-control checkpoints. For clients, this means one, huge advantage—the product they envisioned delivered on time.
So let’s look at our example again—imagine the same scenario in the car, but this time your guide brings their GPS system which they program before you start driving. All of the directions are called out clearly and with plenty of time to react. Since you know where you are going, you are able to account for variables like construction zones and traffic flow. Now you arrive on time with no costly damage, having actually enjoyed your ride.
And that is how Envoy develops a website.
If you are in need of some ‘focused navigation’, contact Kathy Broniecki at email@example.com.
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