How Quickly a Website Can Be Created? | Hidden Facts (Updated)

How Quickly a Website Can Be Created? | Hidden Facts (Updated)

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4th September, 2018

                               "A good website should not be made in a hurry"

 

     Other than cost, timing is probably the most frequently asked question when building a website. Most people do not have any idea what is the procedure to create a website. Everyone wants their websites to be created as soon as possible.

    When a web agency commits to build your new site quicker than all the rest, there are a few things you should keep in mind before proceeding further. What a time duration tell you about your selected website provider? What's the worst thing that would happen if your new site takes a little longer to be launch-ready? We have discussed all these on this page below.

Project Timeline :

   We, SuccessKey Technosystems Pvt. Ltd, only ever met a handful of prospective clients who didn't want their project started and finished ASAP. For many, not being able to start right away is a good enough reason not to select a particular partner. One may not know that almost all good companies have multiple projects on the go. Beware when a company/agency suggests that they can deliver your project in substantially less time than the others.

Time take to get a perfect website

   What does it mean? No need to worry, we have you covered. A company that isn't busy would be able to get your work done more quickly —perhaps, they don't have other clients to worry about. That sounds great, but it's worth asking why they're not (and don't plan to be) engaged in other projects. When a company consistently delivers high quality work, they’re going to be in higher demand. A company that does quicker work and isn't in demand, should be considered carefully.

   Beyond this factor, there are a few other things that a time duration can tell you. A shorter project cycle may mean that your chosen designer or developer is doing less "thought work". It could be a sign that your content is going to be shoehorned into a "standard" website template. Perhaps many different team members will each have a small part in your project, allowing the work to get done sooner. Don't discount the possibility of poor time estimation. We are not implying that they are not good, they can be good however understanding the factors built into your website' time duration will help set the baseline for your expectations.

Get ready to work:

   Get Ready to WorkBuilding a new website is a hard work, and not just for the company you've hired. There are certain things that only you can do. Yes, you've heard correct. Gathering content, reviewing deliverables, providing feedback, answering questions and many things can only be done via you. Rarely does it happen that a client is looking to create a website when they're not busy. Taking the time to respond and provide the necessary input for your project isn't always convenient.

   We understand you and we understand today's busy life. Many clients, over the years, have told us how much effort they put from their side to the project than they originally expected. We do our best to make it as simple as possible, but the reality is, a web designer can't do a good job without your support. Launching your project correctly will require time and sometimes will lead to extended time duration, so you will enjoy a great end product (website).

What’s the worst that could happen?

 

   Deadlines can be a good thing, if they allow for a realistic timeline in the first place. Throwing a dart at the calendar and deciding that ,where it hits would be the day your new site will launch, is not the right way to decide on a deadline. Chances are, by the time you're selecting a company to build your website, you've been thinking about it for months. It can be easy to want to jump to a deadline from that point, but it's worth asking why.

    You are on the right track. You should have a deadline set in your mind for your website. We are suggesting you to consider a reason you've set the deadline for. Is that reason important enough that you might compromise your decision with who you work with? What's the worst thing that could happen if accidentally your deadline would be missed? If missing means financial loss, missed opportunity or falling behind the competition, that's not a good start. On the flip side, if missing means you feel a little bit of disappointment but have a better project, that's good indeed. Remember, just because someone tell you they can get your project done by your deadline, it doesn't mean they can deliver on that promise.

So, how long does it actually take?

   On the basis of all these, we, all, come to conclusion that it takes time to launch a great user-friendly website. Most web projects take 12 to 16 weeks from the time that the project starts to the time that the website actually launch. Where complexity is higher or the scope of the project is particularly large, projects can take 6 months or longer.

   Is completing a project in less time possible? Yes, we've done it. Do we recommend it? No. Your project is best served if it has a timeline which is reasonable, realistic and achievable.

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