Website Design and Development
Website Design & Development
IDE Interactive, Inc.
Website Design and Development

Website design and development services for business who are looking to create an online presence.


Website Starter Package
2 months
delivery time

The website starter package is great for any small to medium-sized business looking to create an online presence and needs a starting point from which they can grow. Through an experience design process (with growth-driven design in mind), this package offers a 5-page website designed and developed tailored to the business's needs. A discover session is required at the start of the project to ensure the success or not only the business/client but for the website as well.

About IDE Interactive, Inc.
Computer Software
We are an experienced design and development studio based in Chicago. Our team is made up of creative individuals from different backgrounds who share the same passion and dedication. We believe that each project has its unique approach, and we've spent the past few years finetuning our toolkit and the different strategies and techniques we bring to the field.
Company Experts
Tony V. Le | Solutions Marketplace | ShapeConnect
Tony V. Le
Experience Designer & Full Stack Developer
Master's Degree in Experience Design | Bachelor's Degree in Game Design
["Web Design","Web Development","IT","Leadership"]

Project Phases


We take an experience design first approach with every project we take on.

1. 1. Discover
The discover phase is the first phase of every project we start. This phase focuses mainly on research to better understand what we’re building and why. To do that, we perform various tasks such as researching, conducting surveys or interviews, talking to stakeholders, and assessing organizational risks. Why is the discover phase important? Building the next big thing is great! But reinventing the wheel can also be costly and, unfortunately, sometimes not very rewarding. The discover phase is important in every project, not just to understand who we’re working with and what we’re building, but it’s also essential to know if we’re solving a problem or making a new one. Keeping the user in mind is crucial and ensuring our clients understand what they are working with before investing their time.
2. 2. Define
Following the discover phase is the define phase. We make sense of and synthesize all of our findings during this phase, including notes, ideas, and observations. Using all of this information, we create a series of concepts that can further be iterated and synthesized until a clear product or service emerges.
3. 3. Refine
Once we have a concept from the define phase, we focus on transforming that concept into a cohesive design during the refine phase. We perform more focused exploration and create low-fidelity mock-ups and wireframes to concentrate on the overall experience for the users. Not every design detail is covered in this phase, but enough is to compile a comprehensive design direction.
4. 4. Build
The build phase is usually the lengthiest phase next to implementation and focuses on details, communication, and validation. During this phase, we flush out all designs and create and maintain a series of documentation. The documentation serves as a way to communicate design decisions and validate the design with users and stakeholders. High-fidelity mock-ups are created, and a system is designed, ready for implementation.
5. 5. Implement
During the implement phase, we begin crafting technical documents outlining various system requirements and planning out the production and implementation of the design. From there, it’s full speed ahead with development separated into sprints that we can use to measure our progress.
6. 6. Iterate
Not all projects make it to the iterate phase, and not all projects require it, but if they do, we love taking a growth-driven design approach. From this point onward, it is a constant cycle of repeating everything in our process with new information gathered from how other people use the product or service, further improving the quality and solving the user’s pain points as new needs arise.



The website starter package is meant for small to medium-sized businesses who need a starting point for their online presence. This project's scope includes a discovery session and check-in points to build an understanding of the business, its values, and its products or services.

What Is Included:

The following is a list of items included within the scope of the website starter package:

  • Design and Development for 5 Web Pages

  • Basic Schema Mark-up and SEO

  • Google Analytics and Google Search Console Installation

  • Deployment to a Production Server

What Is NOT Included:

The website starter package does not cover:

  • Brand and Logo Development

  • Advanced Integration with Third-Party Software

  • eCommerce Functionality

  • Advance SEO

  • Google Workspace or Office 365 Setup

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Website Starter Package
Timeframe: 2 months
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