The first step is to clearly understand what we will be migrating, whether you are doing a theme only, or a complete website migration we need to review all of the active pages, blogs, system pages, and any other relevant pages to the migration. What we are looking for is an account of all the elements to be created including headers, footers, animations, and any custom modules required to build your pages in the HubSpot page builder.
Once we’re armed with this information, we’ll set to work creating layouts for 3-5 core website pages, including the home, about, contact, services/pricing, landing page, the blog templates, as well as any additional templates needed.
Each theme will include a blank website page consisting of only the header and footer to be used as a template for new page development in the future.
Each theme includes up to 4 global modules for the header and footer with and without navigation to be used throughout the theme.
Each theme will include all custom modules required based on the website review. A custom module is defined as any module which can not be created in the HubSpot page builder using standard modules.
***If you are looking for Theme Creation only, ignore this section.***
For clients needing a full website migration including content, the next step is to build all of the website pages within HubSpot. Depending on the project there are multiple ways to do this depending on where your existing content is hosted. Speak with your project manager about the best way to migrate your website content.
We will only migrate content already existing on pages when the project was started, additional pages added after the project begins are subject to a new-page design fee.
- Header text
- Paragraph text
- Images & Icons
We'll test the theme utilizing HubSpot preview pages and testing tools.
Edits and Changes
We want you to be completely satisfied with your new theme if you require edits to any styling or theme settings we will provide these at no additional cost. You have 90 days from launch to request edits.
Where edits are considered to be minor adjustments to page styling and content, changes will be defined as any request that alters the layout or functionality of the page. Some change requests may result in additional design fees. Discuss your change requests with your project manager to see if additional fees are applicable.