Interactive Media and Mobile Device
It takes insight, a considerable amount of applied experience, and research-based savvy to build interactive media. While many offer such services, few really understand the methodology of what works and what doesn’t, and why.
The first step to any project we take on is coming to terms with the problem our client is trying to solve. We ask specific questions about what the site requires in terms of functionality. We identify project objectives and the eventual deliverables. We then establish a mutual understanding among preliminary project team members and our client. From there, we provide a proposal that details a timetable, our process and overall project cost.
It starts with an in-depth consultation wherein we evaluate the overall scope of the project. We listen to you and help define clear-cut goals. We address specific questions about your intended target audience, as well as what the site requires in terms of interaction and functionality. During which time, we get to know you, your products, your industry, and ultimately your clients and their needs. Read more
Phase 2—Concept exploratory phase
Following the orientation phase, we begin the development of ideas, synthesizing what we have learned from you, as well as our own investigations and analysis, into a proposed solution. We develop one or more design models, taking into account, identity, mood, color palette, graphic design, typographical treatments and navigation. Read more
Phase 3—Technical engineering
Work is divided among a core team of designers and programmers. Images and content are converted to HTML and the site structure and diagrams become code. Additional features such as Flash animation, database development, secure socket credit-card gateways for online e-commerce and other functionality will be integrated at this stage. In cases where a site may require frequent updating, content management systems are implemented so site administrators are able to input fresh content without knowledge of HTML. Read more
Our final phase involves cross-platform and browser compatibility testing. Once testing is complete, we publish the completed website. We also provide search engine optimization (SEO) services for all major search engines, if so required. Read more
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About Webworks at Carelli Design
Our process developed through a long diverse history of successful projects, employing a full in-house development team that includes 2D and 3D designers/programmers. Our visual designers identify ways in which technologies open up opportunities for new functionality and better user experiences, particularity in applications that involve mobile devices.
We have provided interactive solutions to some of the biggest names since the launch of the web and nearly 20 years before its existence.WEBworks Unit; Digital Brainiacs at Carelli Design Begin Major Upgrade of Carelli Websites.