Web Design It, Please
Your website tells your company’s story online. It should have your company’s voice and style. It should target the right audience and have measurable goals. It should be fast and optimized for mobile. And it should look great doing it.
Before we do any designing, we need to determine the goals for your website. This meeting will develop the website’s primary and secondary SMART goals, answer the 5 Homepage Questions, identify competitors, and determine initial keyword phrases.
Next, we’ll talk about your company’s target audience, discuss their specific pain points, and determine how to best address those on the website.
We’ll layout your content blocks a couple different ways before we add your content, color, and fonts. This step ensures that you have the most important content in the most strategic places.
Custom Web Design
Now for the fun part! We’ll add your content, colors, and fonts to the chosen wireframe. We typically design a home page, inner page template, blog index, single post template, 404 page, and search results page. It’s ready for development!
Fully responsive, mobile optimized, user accessible (you can change your own content!), and well supported. Almost 25% of all websites are powered by WordPress, including The New Yorker and Best Buy.
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Web Design Work
Web Design, Please!
I love my new website that Sam worked with me to create! And it converts over 30% better than my old one!Maura Thomas
The branding exercise we did was so inspiring! I didn't know what to expect from the activity but I left with six words that have become the foundation for my whole creative process. So helpful!Gena Minnix, Ph.D
Thanks to Sam's deep knowledge of all-things-WP, she was able to jump right into a languishing build and quickly (and cost-effectively!) squash the final bugs to get the site to the finish line. Consequently, my client and I were both very pleased.Chris Cashdollar