DESIGNER / FRONT END DEVELOPER PORTFOLIO / 2017 — 2024

I bring over seven years of expertise as a professional WordPress Developer and Designer.

Project Life & Development Process

Years of experience and countless websites helped me create an efficient and effective work process, tailored to avoid misunderstandings and to help me get the job done right, the first time.
That’s why I split each project into easy-to-follow steps that save us both time and money, and ensure you get the results you’re after.

Step 1

When we meet and greet.

We’ll start discussing your requirements and will try to figure out if we’re the right fit by introducing each other a bit further. If all goes well (which it should), we’ll schedule a meeting.

Step 2

Briefing and discussing the budget and deadlines

Meeting will take place anywhere you prefer, whether it is Zoom, Meet, Whereby, Skype, or any other communication platform.

This is where you help me understand your vision and goals for the website.
We will go over the brief, budget, and deadlines which will determine the further path and the way we approach the project.

Step 3

Setting the concrete scope of the project.

After you’ve helped me fully understand the goals and challenges of the project, I sit down and itemize the scope of the project, breaking it down into separate tasks before sending it over to you for final approval.

At this stage, you can make revisions, additions, or subtractions to the scope, before we close this chapter and move on to the next one.

Step 4

Where the “magic” happens.

The frequency of the development environment update is one of the things we agree upon during one of the previous steps, but it usually gets set to come at the end of each workweek.

Of course, this can be altered, depending on the project or milestone requirements.

Step 5

MVP and potential improvements.

It’s exciting – we are quite close to the finish line at this point. Your website is already looking and performing very close to how it’s going to look and perform at the end.
This is the time to make potential changes to the original plan or content or to figure out if something doesn’t sit quite right on the actual website.

Based on the scope and the number of revisions we’ve agreed on previously, the changes are made within the original estimate. If that was not the case, we might have to take care of a new quote that will cover the additional work.

Step 6

Testing and retesting.

When the revisions are complete, one final step is testing to make sure all the features and functionalities of the website to ensure it all works perfectly smooth.
The testing rounds are done by me personally, and again by the QA specialist, using the advanced tools that make sure no device or screen size is missed.

Step 7

The moment you’ve been waiting for!

After your approval of the final product, we take care of the payment. As soon as the payment is processed, the preparation, backup of the live site, and move to the live domain will commence.

Depending on the size of your new website, the process takes from 15 minutes to a few hours.

Step 8

You’re proud of your website. Let’s keep it that way.

To keep the website running as smoothly as on the launch day, it needs to be regularly maintained.

Website maintenance can mean different things, from performing basic plugin, theme, or WordPress core updates, to changing some of the content, functionalities, or even aspects of the appearance.
But depending on the site size, your needs, and technical knowledge it can also mean changing the content, functionality, and/or parts of the design.

If we enjoyed working together on the previous steps of the project, we can agree on a monthly retainer that will cover all your support and maintenance needs.

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