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...we have a pretty extensive process flow for all of our web development projects. It is critical to us that these processes adhere to our stringent workflow so that our client's outcome meets or exceeds original expectations....

Our Engagement Process

At TriMo, we have a pretty extensive process flow for all of our web development projects. It is critical to us that these processes adhere to our stringent workflow so that our client’s outcome meets or exceeds original expectations.

Here’s how we approach our process:

  1. Define the goals of your site

    What are your expectations in getting leads? Will this be an online tool for you or your clients? Do you sell over the Internet, or are you looking to engage your clients for future dialogue? We’re looking to get these answers and more to determine how to best meet your needs.

  2. Develop a structure

    Next, we determine how the information will be presented. We will prepare a model of the project flow and hierarchy of information, or how a site visitor will navigate through the site and what kind of technology we’ll need to make that happen. We will present you with the model we recommend and make sure everything is agreed upon before.

  3. Design and build the site

    With text and graphics you provide us, we will create a functioning site layout which will show us where we need more graphics or a modified text. We will all agree on what we need to move forward, and then our team can add remaining graphics, and collect or write all necessary copy as well as build any animation for the site.

  4. Program and develop the site

    The amount of programming required for this phase will vary from site to site, project to project. All programming features will be built and rigorously tested by both our team and the client’s team. Once perfected, we make one more exhaustive run through and the site is ready to go!

  5. Release website

    The technical release of the site is usually very clear-cut because of our extensive testing. When we do release the site, we will test and double-check and ask that you do the same. We also work with clients to help get the word out about the completed project.

  6. Ongoing maintenance

    When the site is completed and released, our job seems like it would be over. But we continue to work with our clients to make sure all of their sites are kept current in graphics, navigation, technology and usability. We will establish a regular review and maintenance schedule for your site to accommodate requests, user feedback, system upgrades and emerging technology.