Website Design

Website Design

Web design is a very subjective subject. At Electric Bricks, we understand this. We work closely with all our clients to make sure that their website meets their vision. We bring our understanding of marketing and our decades of graphic arts and design experience to advise and guide you, so the final product not only meets your expectations, but achieves the most important objective – helping you grow your business.

Sound challenging? It can be. But this is what we do – every day.

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The Electric Bricks Web Design Process

Once you start working with Electric Bricks, you quickly learn that we do things different. Our website design and development process is engineered to not only build you a beautiful, unique site, but to ensure that the marketing message is clear and the functionality needed for you to do business is there.

Adobe Creative Cloud

No cookie-cutter themes or shortcuts here! We are true graphic designers. Everything we do starts in Adobe XD and Photoshop – the way it should. In fact, we’re experts with the entire Adobe Creative Cloud suite of layout and design software. Long before we ever write a line of code, we’re designing your site to reflect you and your business in a way that builds confidence and trust in your brand.

And we make the process as simple as possible, guiding you at each step and making sure no milestone is missed. Here’s an overview of our site design process.


Project Kick-Off

We meet with you, whether in-person or remotely, to discuss your business, your goals, and your ideal client.

Asset Aggregation

We gather the initial building blocks – logo, images, corporate color scheme, etc. If these items don’t yet exist, we can help.

Sitemap & Content

We help you determine what content the site will need and the most logical, effective way to organize it. We can also help you write compelling, SEO-friendly content to truly make your products or services shine.

Competitive Review

We evaluate your competition, both large and small, to see what they’re doing right, what they’re doing wrong, and develop a solid marketing plan.

Wireframe & Design Comp Development

Based on your input, your likes and dislikes, and the assets we’ve collected, we create a wireframe and design composition candidate. Using Adobe XD, we illustrate how your branding and marketing message can be seamlessly blended into a web design that will be uniquely yours.

Content Writing

Written content gets developed for all critical landing pages.

Design Review

We review both the wireframe and design comp with you, taking the time to explain the rationale and advantages of the layout.

Staging Site Development

Using the outcome of the design comp review and what we learned during kick-off, a staging site is built. This is where specific functionalities are incorporated. If you have one, your existing website stays up during this process.

Content Population

This is where it all comes together. Written content and images are worked into the staging site and the navigation is finalized. It’s looking like a real website now.

Staging Site Review

Time to look it all over. We go over everything with you, making sure that we didn’t miss anything and it all works as expected.

Move to Production Server

The final approved staging site is migrated to the production server, we point your domain name, and your new site is LIVE!


While we take care of all the boring stuff, like backups and software updates, we teach you how to add and edit content on your new website. Trust us, it’s easier than you think.
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