Branding your creative business is the first step to creating a cohesive and professional online presence. A strong brand (style, purpose, and logo) is the foundation of a strong beginning.
Need to get your creative business online, but don't need a shopping cart? An informational website design can do just that. It gives you a place to share your services and products with the world without the commitment of an online cart.
If selling your products online is the pulse of your business, and you're ready to do this, then I can help. My eCommerce websites come complete with the capability to list and sell your products and services to your customers, so you can start getting paid for your creative product.
If teaching others is what you do, and an eCourse is how you want to do it, then I can help you get there. An eCourse website has a complex structure, but I can make sure it works perfectly for you, and you can manage it all yourself.
Having a blog for your business is a wonderful way to bridge the gap between you, your customers, and what you're trying to sell to them.
I offer blog designs exclusively to clients as an add-on to their Informational or eCommerce Website Design.
Wanting to incorporate mobile or responsive design into your business website? I got that.
I work exclusively with Adobe Business Catalyst, offering clients a full-service hosting option loaded with features.
Inexpensive. Fast. Still well designed. A great solution for getting you selling now, so you can save to get a custom site later. I design premade templates with features most often used by my creative entrepreneur clients. Check them out >>
1. I have a budget.
Presenting a project proposal with clearly defined scope items and related costs is the first thing I do for every project. Keeping with the agreed-upon proposal is a high priority for me, and additional expenses rarely occur. In the event that additional expenses are required, I will always consult with you first.
2. I have deadlines.
Good! Me too. Each project is built around a set of milestones that must be met to keep with the project launch date and project investment.
3. I want to be self-sufficient
And I believe you should be. My host and content management system allows for my clients to be fully self-sufficient when it comes to updating, adding, deleting, and otherwise maintaining the content of their website.
1. You have a business.
I work with creative entrepreneurs. Projects that are most successful aren't with those who are planning, but those that are there and are ready to grow.
2. You are prepared.
The most successful launches come from business owners who are really ready to put in the work required to launch a website. You have to be whole-heartedly committed to making decisions, putting in the hours, and meeting our deadlines. The best projects come from those ready to make their website their top priority.
3. You trust me.
It's important to me and your project that you are ready to hand over the design and development to me. You have to trust that I will use my expertise to make the best decisions for your website with your end goal in sight.