And fully optimised.
We would like to say that none of our projects have ever required optimising - that once we hand them over for testing, they're absolutely perfect and ready to go. But we also like to tell the truth.
It is rare for changes not to be required after the testing phase. Often this is not because there is something actually wrong, but rather that, upon seeing the initial version, clients realise that improvements could be made. When your web project becomes tangible for the first time and is no longer just an idea or a blueprint, you may well suddenly see an imperfection or shortcoming.
The optimisation phase affords the ideal opportunity to remove these blemishes and polish your project to perfection. It's also a great chance to refer back to your initial specification, and make sure that you're satisfied with how your project looks, feels and works.