Our process for a good website

Research & Strategy

At Sevael we design for the user and in accordance with your business principles and it’s our foremost policy. We design for your targeted audience and how they would like it.

Information Architecture

The simpler the design, the more user retention. Uncluttered layouts, clean attractive design, easy-to-navigate page elements, simple well thought messaging and labelling are some of the best practices we follow when creating a website.

Creative UI Design

We use page scanning patterns to organize and prioritizing elements on your interfaces from colour, contrast, shape, texture, size and orientation of various UI elements.

Coding & Development

Consistency is the key in any design. We make sure our work is consistent by following common designing elements, creating a visual language that flows uniformly across all devices, platforms, communication, design and experience.

Quality & Testing

The quality of your website is reflective of the quality of your organisation, your brand and offerings. The quality assurance portion of your website project ensure that the final website we’ve created is completely finished and polished before releasing it to the public.

Launch & Optimisation

We optimise your website by controlled experimentation to improve your website’s ability to drive your business goals before launching. Website optimization improves the efficiency of the website at converting visitor traffic, readers into paying customers. Improved efficiency leads to greater ROI and traffic generating campaigns like web searches, Google, AdWords, social media and email marketing.


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