Design vs. development, is there a difference?
We are often asked if we design websites. We do.
And we are also often asked, do you develop (aka build) websites? We do that too.
What is the difference between design and development? It's a fine line. Ultimately best case scenario is the builder of your website will have a keen understanding of how to build the website so that it works the way intended and is also aesthetically pleasing. We design and build websites and often collaborate with other marketing firms and graphic designers to deliver the final product.
Our approach to website design and development is further explained on
the pages below:
Design ... development, what's the difference?
We are often asked if we design websites. Yes, we do.
We are also often asked, do you build websites? Yes, we do that too.
What is the difference between design and development? It's a fine line.
To clarify, the design of a website has to do with how it looks, the intended flow and behaviors -- the user experience. Whereas, development of a website mainly has to do with building the website as it was intended by the designer. Think of it as the difference between an architect and a builder.
Since we do both, it may be a pointless to worry about the difference. We just wanted to be sure you understand that we offer both services. We discuss our approach to each facet on the following pages: