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Web Design Process

We at Aussie Interconnect know that creating or even thinking up a complete website can be a hassle. Through our years of experience we have streamlined several methods for getting to you what you are looking for, the first time. We made a step by step plan to follow so that there is less confusion between us and our customers. 

Step 1. Cost & Purchase - Clear and simple pricing and payment.

• Complete the Client Registration with Aussie
• Make deposit payment online by Credit Card, PayPal or Direct Deposit.
• You will receive confirmation of your order.

 

Step 2. Design Brief - The more input you give the better your site will be.

• A Design Manager is appointed to oversee your project, they will contact you by email to introduce themselves.
• Complete the Design Questionnaire (simple online form).
• Provide text & images, we can help if you don't have them.

 

Step 3. Development & Feedback - Your feedback is vital!

• Your Design Manager will review the information you have provided and make a plan for your project, then work begins.
• Delivery of initial design - Give us your feedback, let us know what you think and if any revisions are need to colour, graphics, layout etc ..
• Design revisions made and sent back to you.
• Feeback & revisions continue until you are 100% satisfied.

 

Step 4. Project Delivery! - Once you are completely satisfied.

• Your website is uploaded to the server and is fully tested.
• All files archived for security and delivered to you.
• Minor Alterations are free for 3 months.

To help us make you a better website you can also fill out our online Website Design Planner which will guide you through the steps of creating the perfect website.

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