Hey gang,

As our good old friend Bob Dylan once sang, “The times they are a-changin’,” and this couldn’t be truer when it comes to your online presence. With the rapid pace of digital trends, a frequent website redesign is essential to keep your brand at the forefront. Today, I’m peeling back the curtains and taking you on a journey through our comprehensive website redesign project plan.

As a long-term fan of Indiana Jones, I like to think of our website redesign process as an adventure, filled with challenges, hidden treasures, and the occasional giant rolling boulder. So, buckle up and get ready for a wild ride through the wilderness of website redesign!

Base Camp: The Discovery PhaseAn illustrated map of Sharp Guys' website redesign project plan

First off, every adventure starts with a plan, and our website redesign process is no exception. We begin by trying to understand everything about the website – its purpose, its audience, its strengths, and its weaknesses. We sit down, have a chat, and maybe even share a coffee or two. At this stage, our motto is, “No stone left unturned,” unless it’s a particularly heavy stone, in which case, we might need a little help.

In other words, during the discovery phase, where we delve into the nuts and bolts of your existing website. Here, we unravel its purpose, audience, strengths, and weaknesses, setting the foundation for an effective redesign.

Exploring the Jungle: Research and Analysis

Now, armed with all the knowledge we’ve gathered, we dive deep into the jungle of research and analysis. Here, we survey your industry landscape, identify web design trends, and size up your competition (not that you have any real competition, but you know, just for a laugh). Using this data, we strategize your website redesign to ensure it outshines its online counterparts.

Climbing the Mountain: Design and Development

Next, we start the uphill trek towards the website of your dreams.  Or less poetically written, our journey then ascends into the design and development phase. Here, we prioritize aesthetics, functionality, and ease of navigation. Your website shouldn’t just be a feast for the eyes—it should also deliver a top-notch user experience.

Descending Into the Cave: Testing and Review

Before we unveil your revamped website, we embark on a meticulous testing and review phase. We put your website through a series of rigorous checks, ensuring everything runs as smoothly as a river in springtime.  More specifically, we look for broken links, check loading speeds, ensure mobile responsiveness, and more.  If it’s not as smooth as a buttered-up otter on a water slide, it’s back to the drawing board.

Homecoming: Launch and Ongoing Optimization

And voila! We’re ready to introduce your shiny new website to the world. But our adventure doesn’t have to end here. Like any epic tale, there can always be a sequel – sometimes that means a client signs up for our ongoing maintenance or asks us to handle their search engine optimization or other digital marketing. Either way, we’d love to help continue to monitor the website, make improvements, and ensure it’s consistently delivering the goods.

So there you have it, a whirlwind tour of our website redesign process. The next time you’re considering a redesign, remember, it’s not just about making your website look prettier. It’s about enhancing user experience, improving functionality, and making sure your site continues to serve your business as it evolves.

Thinking about starting your own website redesign adventure? Don’t be a stranger; reach out. We’d love to be your guide.

Contact Us Today!

If you’re interested in an affordable, responsive website design that drives results, contact our Indianapolis web design agency today. Send us an email or give us a call—we’re here to help you succeed online.

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