Design Overview

Each town and Organization has a flavor and something special about it. If you’re not capturing that in your Web Site, you’re missing opportunities to connect. WebGov helps you capture this in every aspect of the design. From layout, photo, colors and text, we beautify and simplify your web presence.

Structure of Design Process

Site Map

Layout Navigation and Pages of your site.

First step in the design process is to layout the site map for your site. If we are redesigning, then we will go over your old site map with you to see what is no longer being used or out of date, etc. If we are doing a completely new site, we will assist you in setting down and getting a site map planned out.


The Beautification of your site.

After we have the site map for your site, we will start the design process. Colors, Font, Graphics, Icons and Rich Photos for the layout process.


Adding New and/or old Content

If content from your old site is still valid, we include migrating it over to your new site. If you need new content, this will be your responsibility to get the content and provide it to us. We can assist you in pointing you in the right direction on what type of content.

Responsive Design

Assure smooth viewing on wide range of devices.

Responsive web design (RWD) is an approach to web design aimed at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing and interaction experience—easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling—across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones)

Approval & Live Site

Your Approval and publishing of your site.

Once the site is live, we provide training for our WebGovCMS. Training is made available via phone conference and Team Viewer. We also have video demos to assist you in learning the WebGovCMS. If we have have a service agreement and WebGov host your site, We offer 24/7 support. Note: Clients in the Moore County area of North Carolina we will conduct on site training.

Content Management System Features