Content Development


Phase 4 – CONTENT DEVELOPMENT

Following final design approval, specific content details such as words, pictures and colors defined and then evaluated to insure the deployed design fulfills the design objectives. The client is actively involved in providing content and approving the results. This is where all the work done in phase one, 2 and 3 comes to life.

 

For each of our services the process flow is the same but the actual activties vary just a bit

Internet Marketing

The team knows what and how the client wants to deploy the campaign.  The tough work begins to "add meat to the bones" of the Design Concept and Market Strategy.  Again during this phase, KMH Kreations develops and shares data and content with the client for their approval.  Each element of the plan is completed and then approved.

Web Design and Management

KMH Kreations is actually building the website and developing the layouts for the various elements/tools of the site.  This phase is when the actual modules and support structure that were defined during Design Concept are loaded into a site.  This site typically is located on our server and is a working demo that is available to the client but not to the Internet.  This is when the site starts to take shape and the general feeling of the site come alive.

E-Commerces

The team knows what and how the client wants to the build and populate the Shopping Cart or Product Cataloge.  The tough work begins to "add meat to the bones" of the Design Concept.  During this phase, KMH Kreations takes raw data from the client, develops and details the actual web-page content and loads products into the program.  Each element of the plan is completed and then approved.

Publications

Tthe team knows the content as defined during Design Concept and as it arrives it is loaded into the publication.  During this phase, KMH Kreations takes data from the client and places into the document layout; this is then shared with the client for their approval.  Each element of the document is completed and then approved.