Website Development Gives Life to the Plan

While Núna can manage your website development project with traditional project management, most clients prefer the agile methodology.


Núna has experience with developing and customizing:

  • Higher product quality
  • Higher customer satisfaction
  • Increased project control
  • Reduced risks
  • Faster return on investment (ROI)

Development is Proof the Plan Works

Development is where you see the plan materialize visually

Development is, if you will pardon a cliché, “where the magic happens”. All of the effort put into designing and planning will be transforemd into a visual result.

Development is where the choice for using agile methodology for the project also becomes clear. The agile style allows for incremental results to be reviewed and feedback provided, so if changes are needed, those decisions can be made and implemented with little disruption to the overall project.

While the plan calls for certain colors, layout, etc., one the website starts to take shape, changes are common. Very common. If not for agile methodology, it might be necessary to have more formal meetings with all stakeholders to modify the plan. With agile, most changes can be incorporated quickly and efficiently, saving time and money.

Development Workflow

In almost every project the home page is created first, which lets everyone see how the "face" of the site will look. Next, all sub-pages are added, according to the previously created sitemap. Frameworks and CMS will be implemented to make sure that selected web hosting can handle the installation and set-up smoothly.


All static website elements that were designed during wireframing and layout creation will be created and tested. Any special features and/or interactivity will be added. A thourough understanding of every website development technology being used is crucial at this phase.

Development for Optimization

Whether or not a content management system (CMS) is being used for your website, it is important to follow best practices for search engine optimization (SEO). With a CMS it is common to use plugins, although they are not absolutely necessary. SEO ranking is more about the optimization of website elements (e.g., title, description, keywords, etc.) that can help your site achieve higher rankings in the search engines. Proper coding is also very important for SEO.