Our Development Path

Development path Ronish Solutions
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Our working style at Ronish Solutions is designed keeping our customers in mind.
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Requirement gathering phase.

   Once we have submitted the Quote and accepted then we get a green signal to proceed; the phase of requirement gathering starts. Our design team collaborates with your team to extract all the details related to the design. This ensures that the project is initiated with a common understanding of the objectives of website.

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First design draft submission.

   After all the requirements have been gathered by our design team, they get back to their drawing boards in creating the very first draft of the design. This draft is submitted to the client for a first look at the future of their website. The actual iterative improvements start after the feedbacks are provided from the client to Ronish Solutions team.

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Revision.

   The source of revisions is the First Design Draft. Every revision ensures that the subsequent design draft is better than the earlier versions. After successive revisions, the draft starts to take shape and the final website looks set to be published.

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Finalize & approve the Design Draft.

   The final design draft is the result of successive improvements. The client gives the approval that all the design specifications have been incorporated in the design. The next steps are the gathering of all the graphics which the client wants to be part of the website.

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Thank you & Site delivery !

   Once all the graphics have been incorporate into the final approved version, the site with all its bells and whistles is reviewed by the client. Their sign off on the site is necessary to upload your website to your hosting server. We can also email the site files to you so you can upload and host on your own. Good Luck!