We will arrange a meeting with you, either over Skype, in person or conference call, to discuss with you the appearance and feel of your website. When the date for this meeting is set, a list of important questions will be sent to you. We recommend you prepare answers for these questions before the meeting.
These questions will guide our meeting and afterwards, aid our designers in the implementation a draft of your website. With your input throughout further meetings we will ensure a design is as close as possible to your exact requirements.
Once the design has been agreed and your website fully tested and is error free we will then have a showcase of the final design along with handover and arrange a training session. When switching your website to "live mode" please be aware that "going live" can take from 1 hour to 72 hours to take effect worldwide.
Despite being a possibly new name to you, our team have over 30 years of design and development experience. The Optik Web Creative team, have designed websites ranging from simple brochure sites through to very complex eCommerce sites with thousands of products.
We are based in the UK, and use only our own developers, we will never pass your website out to a subcontractor to design and develop, this way we maintain our exceptional Quality Control. If we need to have specialist development to add extra functionality to a module or plugin, we will, of course, work with the original developers of that item to ensure upgrade compatibility.
Before you sign up to our newsletter, we would like to tell you what you will receive from us ...
We will send you a newsletter a maximum of once each month, around the beginning of the month. The only exception to this is when there is breaking news in the Web Design / Development industry and then only if it is likely to affect how the general public would interact with your website.
We will NEVER send you unsubstantiated news, or rumour. All the news we will include in our newsletters will be Optik Web Creative news or upcoming industry news or commentary. All news will have come from reliable sources or directly from the company concerned.