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We guide creative people and their websites from concept to production.
A lot has changed in the three years since we built Women Win's first website.
We just finished developing their new site which combines a fresh design and tighter integration with their growing suite of tools and resources.
“Their communication, expertise and professionalism were impressive throughout the project...I would partner with Digitalus again in a heartbeat” Sarah Murray, Women Win
We build simple websites that do astonishing things.
We're not rocket scientists. You don't have to be one either.
Every day some CMS releases a new feature. The next day the rest of the field scrambles to add that feature and one of their own.
This race is creating software that is easier to sell, not use.
Our goal is to rise above this one-upmanship and build websites that enable real people to focus on their message, not their software.
We have found one common pattern in our user experience research; the most widely used websites are also the simplest.
People prefer these sites because they “don't have to remember how to use them”. These sites exemplify what we call sustainable web practices.
Definition: a collection of best practices for creating websites that value and promote usability, accessibility, and longevity.
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A blend of technology, creativity and common sense.
We have developed a straightforward workflow that focuses on communication and embraces change. The foundation of this process is built on a combination of agile development and the Kanban production system, but we adapt these principals to fit the unique organizations we work with.
We start with your goals and vision. We want to learn not just what you want to do, but, also, why you want to do it. With a clear purpose in mind, we sketch out your project plan together.
If a picture is worth a thousand words then a working model is worth a million. We'll spare you the diagrams, charts, clipart, etc. and get right to creating what you have in mind.
Now, it's time to roll up your sleeves and see how it works in the real world. Then, we will ask you one question: Is there any way we can improve upon it?