Web Development Process

The second most popular question we get asked, as web developers and web designers is:

“How long does it take to develop and launch a website?”

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Experienced Team

The most important factor when Limonade builds a website is the seasoned team of subject matter experts. 

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Web Designers

Create the look and feel of your website.

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Web Developers

Uses designer’s mockups to build a functional website.

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Writing for the web comes with its own set of rules and guiding principles: it’s a skill set for our copywriters to thrive on.

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SEO Specialist

Implements SEO strategies for clients

Drives initiatives that will contribute to the goals and success of a client website.

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Business Strategists

Long-term planning for the ongoing efforts of any website. 

Example WordPress Development Process &

Website Design Timeline

The example below represents a project that starts on with May 15th's development cycle.


First, we make sure that we have everything we need to begin the project. This includes your domain and hosting details (if necessary), your creative brief, and all the website requirements.


Next, we organize all the information for the website into a hierarchical and meaningful structure to make it easy for users to find what they need and easy for website owners to publish their stories.


Then we produce a prototype or "proof of concept" to see how the website might work in the browser and test a user's interaction. Once finalized, we design an interface for the website.


The coding phase is where we wave our magic wizard tool and turn your beautiful prototype and interface into a functional website. It's all very technical here, so we won't bore you with the details; needless to say, we spend a lot of time indoors during this process.


Finally, we put your new website through our 42 points pre-flight check and then launch it into cyberspace so that the rest of the world can visit ii on computers, tablets, and smartphones. Phew!