When you consider creating a website for your hotel, one of the first questions that comes to mind is "how long does it take? »
The answer to this question depends mainly on your needs.
Delays may vary depending on the number of pages, features and specificities of your site.
To get a clearer picture, let's divide the process of creating a website into 4 steps:
Step 1: Assess your needs and create a plan (1 to 2 weeks)
When you entrust your website creation project to a freelancer or agency, it is essential that you can explain to your provider what you want so that he knows where to go and that the use of his time is productive.
It takes a long time to get there and back. Prefer someone who really looks at your project rather than a provider who jumps on the project without asking you a myriad of questions, it's a bad sign!
Step 2: Taking charge of the design (1 to 3 weeks)
At this stage, the developer or agency will provide you with mock-ups of the different pages of your website. You will see what elements each page will include or how your site will look on mobile. The actual development has not yet started and this is the time to make remarks and modifications.
Stage 3: The main development phase (1 to 2 months)
The developers do the bulk of the work, your site takes shape, stay on the alert to make sure that the mock-ups you have previously validated are respected.
Step 4: The final exam (1 to 2 weeks)
This is the last step before delivery. You will have to check if the look and feel of the website corresponds to the action plan you defined together at the beginning of the development process.
These deadlines for the creation of a website are only estimates, and depend on the complexity of your site and the quality of the communication with your provider!