Your website should represent you, your business, and your vision. But, your website should be designed for those who use it: your customers.
How We Do It
- Adhere to web accessibility standards.
- Design according to user experience (UX).
- Fully optimize with search engine optimization (SEO).
- Consider the consistency and longevity of your online presence.
- Make clear, concise design choices.
- E Commerce
- Website Training
- 60 Days Support
- Mobile friendly
We are a competitively-priced web design company where you receive one-on-one customer service, from the first consultation to the moment of go live. Every project differs in cost. I can tell you that if you’re not ready to spend $1,000 + on your website, you might consider a DIY option. You’re not only paying someone to get you up and running, you’re paying for their expertise in information architecture and web best practices.
Whether we consult on your existing website, or a website-in-progress, we use the same design principles as our web design. Just like a writer needs the advice and expertise of an editor, you might need an objective third-party perspective on your website. Sometimes we just can’t see the forest for the trees.
A few reasons you might need a web design consultant:
- you’re a company that needs a fresh pair of eyes to help unravel a tangle of web pages;
- you’re in the thick of web design and don’t know how to organize your information and maintain easy navigation;
- you’re a company or sole-proprietor in mid-design and stuck on how to proceed.
You can hire a website consultant at the beginning of a project, the middle of a project, or as your final editor before launch. As a consultant, I will take a deep dive into your website and then step back to see the big picture.
If you’re not building a custom html website, you’re getting a website with a content managements system (CMS). A CMS is a web interface where you can manage and edit the content on your website. You know them by their names: Joomla, Drupal, WordPress, Shopify, Wix, etc.
We use WordPress as our CMS
- WordPress officially launched in 2003. As of 2019, WordPress powers 35.1% of all websites. For comparison, the second most-popular CMS, Joomla, runs 2.7%. Some big name websites that use WordPress are Sony, The New York Times, and eBay. WordPress is a viable long-term option for your website.
- The CMS interface is easy to use. You can learn to update in-house with confidence. Don’t worry, we can teach you!
- As a small company, we decided to specialize in one system. WordPress offers flexibility in customization, supports different media, and offers WooCommerce for your online business. It’s SEO friendly and secure.
We Prefer to use the Genesis FrameworkIf you already have a theme you love then we will work within it. If you are looking for a brand new website, we will steer you toward the Genesis Framework.
- Clean code and great architecture = better SEO.
- Security, ease of customization, and support.
- Genesis is the #1 framework for developers and designers, so WP Engine acquired them in 2018. Like WordPress, this makes the Genesis Framework a viable option for the long-term.