A website's design should connect with its audience, but first impressions go deeper than just style.
A good website is also clear, readable, usable, and organized.
Your website can be much more than just an online brochure.
It should have defined goals and a strategy to achieve them, with every page having a specific purpose.
For many people, the hardest part of developing content for their website is coming to grips with the idea that the content should actually be about their audience, not themselves.
It's critical that your site work well and look good on all types of devices – phones, tablets, laptops, and desktops.
Using a "responsive theme" isn't enough.
We test and optimize every page and pay attention to the details for each type of device.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is what makes a website show up in Google, Bing, and the others.
Without SEO, your website might as well be invisible.
We consider SEO issues from the very start, building it into every website.
I know I'm supposed to describe a multi-step process that includes things like "discovery phase" and "rapid prototyping."
The truth is, there's more than one possible approach for any project, and you probably don't care about web-design jargon.
We'll talk. I'll ask some questions.
We'll discuss when, how, and how much you'd like to be involved.
A little, or a lot. More in the beginning, or more after I've given you something to react to. Whatever – your choice.
I respectfully disagree. It's not everybody – it's 98%, tops.
Come on. Why do you have to be like that?
It's not like that – I promise. We'll talk. I'll offer ideas and do my best to answer your questions.
If we both agree there's more to talk about – great!
If not, you'll never hear from me again.
Every project is different, but here are some examples to give you an idea.