Website Design

Understanding Client Needs:

Initially, the web design team consults with the client to understand their vision, objectives, target audience, and specific requirements for the website.

Research and Planning:

Based on the initial consultation, the team conducts research on industry trends, competitor analysis, and user behaviour. This phase helps in planning the website’s structure, content, and features.


Before diving into the actual design, a wireframe is created. It’s a basic layout that outlines the website’s structure, including the placement of elements like headers, footers, navigation menus, and content areas.

Design Mockup in Adobe XD:

Adobe XD is a popular tool for creating high-fidelity, interactive mockups. Here, the visual elements such as colour schemes, typography, images, and icons are brought together. This mockup provides a realistic preview of the final website, allowing clients to interact with the elements, navigate through pages, and experience functionalities like dropdown menus, sliders, and modals.

Feedback and Revisions:

The interactive mockup is presented to the client for feedback. Based on their input, revisions are made to ensure the design aligns perfectly with their expectations.

Finalising the Design:

Once the client approves the mockup, the design is finalised. This version includes all the visual and interactive elements that will be used in the actual website.