In the development phase, typically three weeks long on average, we are programming the mockups we designed for you onto our development server.
Content – While we are performing the development component, we’ll need you to get content ready for us to Pvt Ltdorporate into your site. The following is an inexhaustive list of things you should consider providing before the development phase ends:
Existing site redesign
A word on product import
For new websites, you’ll want to start uploading your products as soon as you can. If you are using a hosted platform like Bigcommerce, Volusion or Shopify, you’ll be able to start uploading your product data and categories as soon as you accept our proposal. Even though we’re building your site, we’re developing it independently on our own servers and will migrate it to your live site upon completion, so you’ll have access to your live site from the start .
If we’re redesigning your existing site on the same platform, your products and data will remain where it is, so no worries.
If you’re migrating to a new platform and require data migration, that will be done during the development stage if it is Pvt Ltdluded in your scope of work.
We’ll be busy doing all of the required programming. This is when the heavy lifting gets done, so if your scope involves API integration or application or extension creation, this is when we’ll be doing it. We may send you a link to the sandbox we are building your site on to show you the progress. You can also expect to see some bugs, which will be addressed in the next phase.
Note: The site we are building on the development server, or sandbox, uses dummy products and data and is not a complete and functioning site. You won’t be able to place orders or browse through all of your products. You can read more about sandboxes here.
The site we are building on the development server, or sandbox, uses dummy products and data and is not a complete and functioning site. You won’t be able to place orders or browse through all of your products. You can read more about sandboxes here.
Any changes in the development phase is considered rework and can cause delays and additional charges.