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æ Sub@omic's Web Design Process Step 12:

Web Design Process Step 12

Data cleansing, entry and/or upload into the database plus Photoshop work on supplied images.

It is only at this step in the æ web design process that the website is populated with data and the website finally takes shape.

This much we guarantee

Unless you've witnessed it before, you'll see something very strange happening to your website copy when we finally come to put your website content into the database and the website reveals its true self to you.

Your content becomes clickable

Because a website is an interactive medium, the very second that you see your new website pages for the first time you will want to click it and when that moment comes you'll realise that, simply by clicking, you can make connections and follow links which simply didn't exist before when the content sat in a linear form inside a Word document or broken down and presented en-mass in an Excel spreadsheet.

During the build you will realise that, because of these new connections, there may be some data that is missing and is essential to retrieve and upload into the website prior to launch. Once again, you need to be prepared for this to happen and you need to build a contingency into your planning to allow this discovery process to happen.

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Sub@omic is an independent web consultancy developing cognitive designer websites, based in Harpenden, Hertfordshire, UK