A New York Website Design Company

Our Process

Westside Virtual creates websites that visually enrich your online presence.

When it comes to website design & development, it’s important to work with a company that understands the project development lifecycle.  Westside Virtual has a process that embraces all aspects of the project – including our clients – making this a collaborative process.

In addition to our creativity, we rely heavily on our 20+ years of application development experience and website design best practices.

Have a look at our web design and development process below to learn more about how we deliver the website you have envisioned for your business.  This is how we do it:

PlanDiscovery & Research

Plan

Kick-off: Kick-off is when we officially start the project. At this point, all paperwork has been signed, and we’re moving..Read More

Design

Design

Design: An important part of this phase is the information architecture, which defines how the content will be structured throughout..Read More

BuildDevelopment & Setup

Build

Build: This is the step where the website starts to take shape. After development is done, we’ll enter the Quality..Read More

Testing & Quality Assurance

Test

Testing & Feedback.  This is the very last phase before we launch. If you’re able, please plan to have your..Read More

LaunchMigration & Launch

Launch

Launch. It’s time to launch! This is the moment we’ve been waiting for.  This is when we coordinate migrations, create..Read More

Maintenance & Support

Maintain

Maintenance & Support. WordPress websites require ongoing support and maintenance. We offer affordable monthly maintenance subscriptions to assist with WordPress..Read More

We blend our creativity and our extensive knowledge of website design best practices.  Usability, search engine visibility and quality design are the premier elements that will ensure your website receives the exposure that your business needs.

To learn more, have a look at our work & our case studiesour 5-star Reviews on Google and our FAQ page.

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