I am not native English speaker and I'm a bit confused about a basic grammar situation.
Here the situation:
My job consists of building websites. I have been working on a project for 2 weeks and still have a couple of weeks to go.
I want to share the current result to a friend:
"Hey guys, I'd like to share the website with you..."
- I am making -> Because the website is still in developement right now
- I have made -> Because I started to make it in the past and it is still in development
- I make -> Because I work on it all days; it's habitual work.
Are any of these the correct phrase? What is the best/(only ?) way to say it ?