Design defines user experience and brand identity.
Design is the decision stage. This is where we make a mess. Ruled only by inspiration, ideas run rampant, and crumpled sketches cover my office floor.
Depending on client goals, results such as trademarks, Ux timelines, layouts and styles, model renderings, video, and more are accomplished through design. Initial concepts for development and ditribution are considered as well.
Development breathes life into digital media.
Development is the nuts and bolts stage. Files are compressed. Multi-lingual programming translates ideas into 1s and 0s, and computers take over.
Depending on client goals, layouts and wireframes give birth to websites and interfaces, absurd amounts of data becomes manageable revealing insights, redundant tasks are automated, and - in short - dreams come true.
Distribution exposes an audience to your media.
Distribution is the return on investment stage. This is where people get to experience the designs. A large targeted audience maximizes your market influence.
Depending on client goals, SEO (search engine optimization), PPC (pay per click) campaigns, printing, mailers, and advertizing are all great ways to leverage the investments made in the design and development stages.