Like designing a new kitchen or bath, you want someone who understands your needs and goals. You may not want a trendy kitchen in an old Victorian home. Or maybe having two sinks in the bath is an essential. Building a website is no different. You want someone who will work with you and listen to your needs.
In working with John Cardone on his website for his book, Waterviews. The look and feel of the website needed to match the look and feel of his book. Using the same color schemes and font styles help us achieve that goal. As the brainstorming continued, we needed to add more pages to his site to accomplish the goal of having a list of his upcoming events.
John is in the process of writing a second book on Waterviews and we have already started to discuss website modifications to join both books into one site. This site was written in HTML, CSS.
Smile Cube Photo Booth
A great addition to any party, a photo booth is a fun idea to get people interacting at your party. With this site, Paul (owner of Smile Cube) needed everything for this brand new business. Together we went through many logo transformations before getting to the final project.
As for the site, Paul wanted an upbeat-kind-of-site that catches the attention of his visitors. The site informs the visitors of its options as well let’s the visitors know what to expect from Smile Cube Photo Booth. Linking to social media sites was important because pictures taken at events need to be online for previous guests to be able to find them.
Your Next Project
These were only a couple of examples of sites completed by myself. When searching for your next web designer, make sure it is someone that will listen to your goals. And pricing on a website shouldn’t break the bank. I work with small businesses knowing that small businesses have tight budgets. I offer payment plans and I do not “nickel and dime” over hours.
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