Each and every interaction you have with your guests should be special and meaningful. And that shouldn’t exclude their experience online. Chances are you’ll make your first impression on a guest through your website or social media, so it’s crucial that first impression is curated and authentic, like the warm welcome and sparkling smile they’ll receive when they walk through your doors.
We approach every project with an open mind and fresh perspective, always keeping your business goals at the center of every decision. We propose design and technical solutions based on current trends and state-of-the-art technologies to ensure the final product will serve its purpose for the foreseeable future.
Every project begins with a conversation dedicated to the project objectives and your goals. After that we’ll match our services to fit your needs and present our design proposals accordingly. We’ll work with you through a series of drafts until you’re completely satisfied with the final project, and then we’ll help you launch it.
Do you only design WordPress websites?
No, not necessarily. While my experience has mostly been with WordPress, I understand it’s not the right application for every project.
What is your payment schedule like?
A project is typically divided into 3 payments:
- 40% non-refundable deposit due at contract signing
- 30% at the presentation of the first live draft of website
- 30% at the delivery of the User Reference Manual
How do you accept payment?
Payment can be made via credit card (secure payments made through Stripe), Paypal, and direct bank transfer.
What is the cost of a typical website?
A custom website, built with WordPress CMS, starts at $2,800.
Included in the price: all meetings and communication throughout the project, 3 design proposals, up to 3 drafts, website migration to your hosting, website management training videos and personalized user reference manual.
How long does it take to develop a website?
The timeline for delivering a website project can vary, depending on the readiness of the content (text and media). At our initial meeting, we’ll go over a realistic delivery timeline. Consider that a typical project will take approximately 60 days to complete, from proposal to launch.
Are you the designer and the programmer?
No, I leave the web development to the experts. My experience in programming allows me to communicate intelligently with my developers, design efficiently, and troubleshoot, but I retain my primary focus on front-end design.