What was the scope of their involvement?
Sayenko Design was our web design partner throughout the project and helped us with several things, including brainstorming, implementation, and taking the website live. They used WordPress and strictly handled the design layout and backend.
The project started out with very high-level discovery sessions where we talked about the possibilities, what we were trying to communicate, and our plans for the website. The website is basically an online business card for us, and due to our B2B structure and the way we work with clients, we didn’t need a large lead generation piece or a means to seek lots of conversions. We needed a professional, up-to-date presence to match our company size and our place in the Chicago market.
After the discovery sessions, they came back to us with ideas. We moved on to wireframing the designs for defining the layout, how to categorize content, and identifying the parts and pieces of the website. Then, we had a live demo phase in which we placed some generic content on the site as well as some graphics, and underwent user acceptance testing. After that, they turned it over to our team to flush out the content, which was a long process. We finally went live recently.
What is the team composition?
Their web designer in Seattle was primarily in touch with us. We also had one call with two other members of his team.
How did you come to work with Sayenko Design?
A sister company of ours had worked with them and obtained positive results, so we decided to move forward with them based on that recommendation.
How much have you invested with them?
We have spent $10,000 so far.
What is the status of this engagement?
We started working together in January until April 2018. We’ve communicated with them over the last few months, especially since they helped us go live.