Development website for business

A business website is a website created to solve the problems of a company on the Internet: brand promotion, market positioning, setting yourself apart from competitors, attracting new customers and retaining existing ones.

Suitable for SMEs

A business website is the best format for online presence for companies of any size, because it does not require large development costs and offers maximum opportunities for organic promotion in search engines.

Forms the company's image, talks about its services and products

Development from scratch allows you to create a website for a business based on the corporate identity of the company, add a catalog of products or services, modules for feedback, photo galleries and other options to attract new customers and partners.

No need to overpay third-party sites for posting information about the company

The site for business is available 24/7/365 and is easily found through the main search engines, which means that any potential client or partner can always get acquainted with the information on it, fill out an order form or write down contacts.

Stages of developing a business site

Interview with the client
Interview with the client
Concept and definition of customer needs

Communication with the client is the first step to creating a business website. It is important for us to find out what the customer wants, what his requirements and wishes for the future site are, as well as to understand the specifics of the business and the company's niche.

We carefully read the client's brand book, study the preliminary terms of reference prepared by him, if any, please give examples of successful projects of competitors before ordering a website for business.

Business research before website development

Research is an important stage in the development of websites for business, because it helps to study the specifics of the client's business, its target audience and competitors in order to ultimately create an original product that is competitive in its niche.

To do this, we:

  • defining the target audience and its needs;
  • analyzing the market and the niche of the client’s business for competitiveness in the Internet environment;
  • analyzing competitors and their sites to identify strengths and weaknesses;
  • we form a vertical of requests to build the site architecture.
At this stage, the scope of work is specified, detailed terms of reference are developed, a budget is formed and deadlines are set.

UX & UI design
UX & UI design

When creating a design, our UX-UI designers are guided by the client's brand book and the requirements for the site interface, so that the final version fully reflects the corporate identity and values ​​of the company, is convenient and pleasant for users.

First, it creates a layout for each page, a color scheme is developed for all elements, a font is selected, the format for displaying content in infoblocks is configured. After that, the preliminary version is shown to the customer so that he expresses his opinion, makes adjustments and corrections. After that, the business website is finalized and ready-made is transferred to the layout.

Creating a website for business is impossible without design, which defines the goals and objectives of the resource, as well as:

  • the concept of the site architecture is formed;
  • user scenarios are developed;
  • the need to develop additional programs and functions or their implementation, create a site administrator panel for the company, connect certain functions and modules is clarified;
  • a detailed terms of reference is developed for each specialist and a plan for the implementation of each stage of the project .

Designing when creating a website for a company or organization ends with the development of a prototype that includes all static and dynamic elements, infoblocks with content, a control panel, and more.

Technological Front-End
Technological Front-End
Cross browser and adaptability

The typesetter is engaged in typesetting and, if necessary, the programmer. The first analyzes the graphic design of the site, selects the appropriate template and creates it on HTML / CSS / JS, is responsible for cross-browser and adaptability.

The programmer connects to work in case it is necessary to develop a unique function which is not included in the list of standard. For example - a calculator with formulas.

Back-End development
Back-End development
Briefly what is happening «under the hood»

During the layout of the site, the Back End developer integrates a CMS or Framework into it, adds the necessary functionality and implements his own scenarios, for example: navigation through categories, operation of internal search and search filters, adding goods to the basket, connecting online payment on the site, synchronization with 1C /CRM and more

Content filling
Filling with content or transferring from the old site
Free your hands

We fill the pages with graphic and informational content, add photos and videos, texts that are useful to site visitors. Text materials are written on the basis of the semantic core, all graphic elements are placed in the logical structure of the site, after which they undergo internal optimization.

When transferring content from the old site, we save all active links in the texts so that there are no 404 errors when clicking on them and traffic is not lost. If the URLs change, we create a 301 redirect map from the old URLs to the new ones so we don't lose your traffic. After that, our SEO specialists update the content and optimize it for the requirements of search engines.

A series of tests includes all the functions of the site

Testing is one of the important steps in the web development process. At this stage, developers test the functionality of all elements of the website. The goal is to find possible issues such as broken links or incorrect display of the mobile version and fix them.

Testing includes integration testing, stress testing, scalability testing, load testing, resolution testing and cross-browser testing. As soon as manual and automatic testing is completed, the landing page is ready to be launched on the server.


What is the difference between a business website and a corporate website?

A business website was created to solve business problems: attracting a target audience and new customers, increasing trade volumes, promoting a company, product or service on the Internet.

Why does a company need a website?

A business website solves, first of all, the main tasks of an enterprise in promoting and positioning on the Internet, selling goods and services, and attracting new customers.

Do you need a website for a small business?

A business of any size needs its own website if it wants to be competitive in its niche, develop and scale.

How much does a business website cost?

The price starts at $2,999. The cost of creating a website for a company depends on the complexity of the resource structure, requirements for functionality and content, the need to connect additional programs and functions, and provide additional services.