The construction process.

At Faber Online Publishing, the development of a website is divided into several phases:

  1. Identification: Defining the goals that have to be achieved using a website.
  2. Conceptualisation/formalisation: Producing a schematic design of the website.
  3. Graphic conceptualisation: Producing a graphic concept of the website, based on the schematic design produced during the conceptualisation phase.
  4. Implementation: Transforming the schematic design and the graphic concept into a working system.
  5. Testing: Checking the website for errors and bugs.
  6. Maintenance: Adapting the site to changing situations. We encourage our clients to do most of the maintenance themselves, but this is not always possible.

The phases are not always really separate, but can run over into one another. Furthermore, because it is not always very clear to our clients what we mean exactly by our schematics and concepts, we use a rapid prototyping technique. Here we produce simple, partly functional prototypes of the future website. This way, the client can look at the product as it is being developed. He gets an idea of what the final result will look like, while adaptations can still easily be made. During the complete design process, we keep our quality standard in mind, so the endresult will be satisfying.