Hosting solution. Launching a website begins with securing your ideal domain name and configuring hosting for that domain. When it comes to static development, numerous hosting options exist, each catering to specific requirements and preferences. For this type of development, it is all dependant on the scale of the project.

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Design and Develop Locally. The next phase involves receiving the website design and initiating local development—working on my personal machine. This crucial step encompasses the majority of website development, representing the most time-intensive part of the process.

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Deploy to Vercel/NextJS Environment. The subsequent step involves packaging the theme folder locally and seamlessly transferring it to the live environment using the Vercel CLI.

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Optimize Speed, SEO, and Accessibility. The subsequent phase encompasses deploying the live theme and conducting a comprehensive evaluation of the website's performance, SEO efficacy, accessibility, and adherence to best practices. This entails an in-depth analysis using tools like Google Lighthouse, ensuring optimizations aligned with the assessment findings.

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Final Testing. The final stride involves meticulous scrutiny of every webpage, across varied viewport sizes and multiple browsers, ensuring seamless functionality. This meticulous phase typically spans 1-2 days, although for larger websites, a slightly extended duration might be required to thoroughly vet all components and functionalities.

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Monthly Retainer. As an added service, you have the option to opt for a monthly retainer. This entails hassle-free handling of any updates, be it image revisions, content changes, or even page additions. There are no binding contracts involved—simply shoot an email with your requirements, and I'll swiftly implement the necessary changes, ensuring a seamless web experience.

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