Websites Powered by DCI:
A Proven 5-Step Process
Development Counsellors International (DCI) has developed websites for a wide range of economic development organizations – from states and territories (New Jersey, Delaware, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands) to counties (Nassau County, NY; Charles County, MD; Lee County, FL and Wake County, NC) to cities and regions (Salinas, CA and Hudson Valley, NY).
We’ve perfected a five-step process to develop sites that are tailor made to every location:
We start every website project with an audit to analyze your target audience, your competitive set, how users are engaging with your current site, SEO results, navigation, content and much more. Our goal? To be as smart as we possibly can about your objectives so we can take your website to a whole new level.
Using the findings from the Discovery phase, we develop a detailed site map, wire frames and content strategy. Once those deliverables are approved, we design the site to exude the brand essence of your community using compelling imagery, creative infographics, new media and more to bring the site to life. Built for superior functionality, every site we design is responsive and we live by the mantra “mobile first”.
DCI can research and write content from scratch or reorganize and refresh existing website content. We know the data corporate executives and site selectors want and how to organize it. As we develop the site, we pay close attention to the user experience (UX) and user interface (UI).
DCI works closely with our clients to insure a smooth website launch – and that means on time and on budget. We provide painstaking quality control, comprehensive content management (CMS) training, thorough testing on multiple browsers and a 30-day warranty post-launch. In short, we make sure everything is perfect.
Audit & Analysis
Six months after the launch of your website, we’ll take a hard look at your analytics, SEO rankings and how your audience is engaging with the site. We’ll make a series of recommendations to enhance the performance of your website.
For Website Inquiries
Dariel Curren, Senior Vice President