You’re proud of what you do. Let it show!
Did you know that setting up a web site that looks great, reaches the right people and is easy to maintain doesn’t have to put a big hole in your budget? If you run a small business, you’re probably passionate about what you do. Why not put that passion out there for everyone to see?
If you want a classy online presence for your small business, but don’t have the time or the know-how to get into the technical aspects, I’m sure I can help you out. Updating your site doesn’t have to be any more difficult than writing an email, yet some details we take into consideration can make a big difference in reaching your audience.
Of course, a great site doesn’t come together by itself. To get people interested, you need good copy, or maybe some nice pictures of your product – all depending on your line of business. The point is, there are things you can take care of, and those things will turn into savings for your business. All it takes is some commitment and a little effort.
Here are the steps for a typical design project:
- Working out what your site needs, and what content you might already have prepared.
- Writing the copy, taking or buying the pictures you need and making sure everything that goes on the site is ready.
- Putting the pieces together, fleshing out the looks and functionality.
- Turning the design into a functioning, live web site.
- Refining details if needed.
All in all it’s supposed to be a relatively straightforward process, and to ensure that we need to understand each other and agree on things before starting out. When both parties know what to expect and what we need to do, the results will be all the better. And because it’s two small companies working together, we don’t need to make things more difficult than they have to be. Simple kind of talk will make things clearer, and the journey more pleasant.
Think of this as a chance to speak out for your craft and what makes it special. You know best what people should know about what you’re selling, and we can work together to achieve that goal.