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Website Design
& Maintenance ​

Let's talk about your website.

Generally there are two groups of clients who seek help with their website.

Those that have a website, and they hate it.


Those who don’t have a website, and don’t know where to start.

Let’s turn your website frown upside down by creating a website you’ll love.

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"Her creativity in design allowed her to take the basic project idea and transform it into something much more than a functioning website. Thanks to her work on the site traffic has increased significantly."
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Brian B.
CCMEA President

Web Services

 A good website is able to deliver a clear message that is going to drive sales. Your website should be able to sell your work, like an extra employee. Your website is an employee that works 24/7 delivering your message to anyone that will listen. Even if you do not offer online sales, you want website visitors to turn into paying clients.

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Website (Re)design

Update your old, out of date, mobile unfriendly website with the most current designs and updates about your business.

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One-on-One Help

Individualized strategies tailored to your business and your goals. Client spaces are limited in order to offer one-on-one support and attention.

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Search Engine Optimization

Increase website traffic and rank higher on search engines like Google, Bing, and Duck Duck Go with a well optimized website.

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Website Design

Beautiful and responsive web designs that work on desktop and mobile. Get a websites created with sales, and conversion goals in mind.

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Save Time & Energy

Stop wasting time trying to go the do-it-yourself route. Get professional help on your side to take your digital presence to the next level.

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Social Media Management

Regular, consistent, and eye-catching branded posts to reach your potential clients on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and beyond.

Let's Make a beautiful website

It has never been easier to get the help you need.

Let's Get started

Not sure how to take the next step? 
Here is how the process works.

Fill out the 5-minute form

Click one of the links to the five minute form and tell me a little bit about you, your business and the goals you would like to reach. The information that you provide will help me assess if we are a good fit.

One-on-one consultation

Once I review the information from the 5-minute form I will contact you to schedule a one-on-one meeting. I prefer to meet in person, but if you have a busy schedule, we can also meet via Zoom Video Conferencing.

Review the proposal

I will create a proposal based on the needs you share with me at the consultation. The proposal will reflect the scope of project, budget, and timeline.

Approve the proposal

You will have the opportunity to review the proposal. Only once we both agree to the work set out in the proposal and the down payment is paid, I will begin work.

Building a site
you can manage

Many people start their journey by building their own website. Often times the site has good bones, but has gone months or years without updates about the business. Some business owners fear that their web designer will use a hard to update platform that will get neglected because no one knows how to make an update. 

I don’t want this to happen to you. My preferred website platform is WordPress, but I also can help you if you build on any of these platform as as well. Often times the best website buidling system is 

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Frequently Asked Questions

During our half-hour consultation I’ll ask you about your life before running your own business, and why you chose to strike out on your own. I will ask you about the customers you love and what you love about them. I’ll ask about any previous marketing activities, what worked and what didn’t work. You can feel free to ask me questions, too!

Generally, no. When you sign up for the consultation I’ll ask for your website address (if you have one) or about your social media pages. Prior the consultation I will check them out and make some notes. During the consultation you’ll share where you would like to see your business go in the future. My proposal will help you connect point A to point B.

Schedule a free, half-hour consultation with me.

If you live locally we will meet in person at a designated location. Otherwise, we can speak via Video conferencing (Google Hangouts or Zoom), or over the phone.

I will create a proposal with an expected budget and estimated time of completion for your approval.

Once the proposal is approved, you must pay a deposit which is 1/3 of proposed budget as discussed in the proposal

I will complete the project as outlined and with any necessary revisions.

The remaining 2/3rd within 30 days of completion.

That really depends on the project you have in mind. Some projects, like a poster, can be designed, revised, and completed within a few days. However, projects like a website from scratch can take months to complete. After our consultation I will send you a proposal with the estimated timeline and budget.

With money, of course! One-third of the budget must be paid upfront as a deposit. Upon completion of work, I will send you an invoice for the remaining balance. The balance must be paid within 30 days of completion. Clients may pay in smaller installations throughout the project to reduce the balance at the end of the project.