Your website is the single most important touchpoint of your brand. All other marketing efforts lead up to it (social media, business cards, online advertising). It should feel cohesive, consistent, and irresistibly attractive to your ideal client. Does yours?
If not, we need to talk. Without a polished website design, you're missing opportunities to attract (and book!) dream clients. Let's make the most of your website with intentional online design.
Custom Brand & Website Design
Custom Website Design
Custom Brand Design
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We'll start with a phone call to talk about your business and the story behind it—along with your goals in working together. This is the perfect opportunity to ask questions and see if we are a good fit for working together.
After you've signed the dotted line on your Proposal and Contract, you'll receive a Questionnaire as "homework" prior to your Design Phase. With your answers in mind, I'll be hard at work behind-the-scenes. I'll dive into background research to develop a design strategy—a strategy that I'm confident will impress your ideal clients.
I'll use your Questionnaire answers to begin brand research, design strategy, and concept brainstorming. I start with thumbnail sketches to explore concepts, and then hone in on the top three designs to develop digitally and present to you... and I hope you love what you see!
You have two opportunities to request any revisions or tweaks as we hone in on a distinctive design. Once your design concept has been refined and perfected, we'll add collateral pieces like stationery or pricing guide designs—and then bring everything to life online if you've selected a web design package.
All digital files are released to you (including color variations, tagline variations, patterns, and icons—you get everything!). Your download folder will also include launch graphics for social media sharing... and don't worry, you'll also receive a Launch Guide to help you make the most of your new designs.
It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout.