Web Design Options
First Impressions Count
Your website is usually the first impression the world gets of you and your business. It is available 24/7, 365 days of the year – someone could be looking at it and forming an impression while you are asleep. Gulp!
Website Design Systems To Suit Your Needs
wherever you are in your business journey
Your website needs might be different to someone else’s depending upon where you are in your business journey, what services you offer, how you like clients to contact you, how you prefer clients to book with you, how comfortable you are making changes to your site etc. My Essentials, Growth and VIP Plans are designed to meet yours and your businesses specific requirements.
Ideal if you are starting out or if you need an online presence that showcases your business or services/products and makes you more “findable” to prospective clients
Recommended if you need a bigger site (up to 5 pages) to do bit more legwork: maybe selling a small range of products, booking online, email marketing integration, a blog…
Please note that you will need to have your own domain name registered and your own hosting account. I can help you to set this up if needed.
There may be some extra costs if…
- you need help with sourcing providing images in the correct size/format
- you need help with writing the copy/content
- you need help with your brand colours and simple logo design
- you would like to offer a lead magnet on your site
- you need extra pages
Just To Clarify…
Website Jargon Can Be A Little Confusing
Simply put, Search Engine Optimisation helps to ensure that people find your website when they are searching for a specific thing. When I design a WordPress website, I incorporate SEO best practices as the norm. This includes, amongst other things, proper use of keywords and phrases and optimised images. WordPress sites make it easy for the crawly things that roam t’interweb to find your site and give it the attention it deserves.
If you’re not sure where to start then these pointers may help you:
Start looking at other sites to get ideas of which colours, features, styles or themes appeal to you.
Collect some colour palettes and images that you like. These will give us an informed starting point.
Make a list of the pages and features you would like to be on your site – don’t worry, this won’t be set in stone.
Feel free to get in touch before these steps if you would like to bounce some ideas or need more guidance.
Your website is your “hello” to the world
If you can’t see your question here, just send me a message.