No matter the size of your congregation, you need a website. A clean and simple website can go a long way in helping you reach out to new potential members. Ir can also serve as a valuable tool for keeping your congregation informed.
Yet creating a website is more complicated than it might seem. Church websites, especially, must strike the clear balance clarity of message and high functionality. For churches that rely on volunteers, this can be especially tricky. A solid church web design company can help with that.
We work hard to make the design process as streamlined and as convenient for our clients as possible. In our experience, clients often feel unsure and out of control during the design process. Terminology, processes, and file types are, more often than not, the uncertain landmarks of an unchartered territory. The result is stress and pressure—oftentimes upon already overburdened ministry leaders and staff. We’ve noticed this and worked to find solutions. One of those solutions is our Client Portal.
The Client Portal offers a centralized place for all of the files and documents related to your project. Punchlists, invoices, receipts, design mockups, and more are accessed in one organized place. You can even make a payment or check the progress of your current project. No more digging through old emails or computer folders to find that one that your staff needs “right now”!
During this phase we spend a lot time asking a lot of questions. The work done during this phase helps ensure that both client and designer are working in the direction and toward the same result. Once I am satisfied that I have a clear idea of what you would like to see, I will craft some initial iterations of your design. Once completed, I will send them to you for review, thus beginning the next phase: revisions.
The Design Phase is your first glimpse of your new designs. It’s actually pretty exciting time for both client and designer. Most of the time, some tweaking is necessary so up to three rounds of revisions are allowed. Keep in mind that this is a collaboration; your voice is important here. This phase offers you the chance to help continue to mold and shape the direction of your design campaign.
After final designs have been approved, the Development Phase begins. This is when approved designs are crafted to fit the package(s) you have chosen. Sermon graphics become slides, mailers, etc, while branding is used to fit various digital and print outlets. At this point, you will continue to receive regular updates so you can stay abreast of the progress.
The final phase of the process, the Deliverables segment occurs when the website is launched, branding files are delivered, and/or other files are given to the client. Final payment is due at this time.
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