I am a Web Design Consultant that helps small businesses improve their message, generate more clients and increase profits.
If you want to get people to your website, keep them there, and lastly convert them to actual customers then you need your website to perform.
A business that has a website that is just a website means you're wasting potential and throwing away money. What you need is a website that performs and to get it to perform it needs just a few things.
Engaging messaging, good design, and strategy.
Hitting the mark on all three of these can establish you as an expert, build confidence among your customers, and drive them to the desired action.
If you want to discover how to create a website that performs, then book a free 30-minute consultation with me.
I’ve been working on the side as a web design consultant and graphic designer for about 10 years. My skills are largely focused on helping businesses develop a strong online presence by increasing the performance of their website.
As for my hobbies and personal life I enjoy spending time with my wife, four dogs, and two cats. (somehow our house is fairly calm and quiet.) I play video games and watch movies to decompress and recently have gotten back into illustration which was something I enjoyed immensely when I was in school.
I also enjoy trying new food, playing board games, and cooking. Here's a tip, don’t forget to take your sourdough starter out of the oven before turning it on.
All of us want to save a little money and do the things ourselves that we feel we can do. In some cases it can be difficult to achieve the desired results or start off on the right foot, I’ve been there. When it comes to building a website there is a lot that goes into it. Many may have a preconceived idea that a website is no more than a business card or little more than a place where people can look up information about your business.
With millions of websites and platforms out there, design significantly helps separate the best from the mundane. Let’s admit it, we get frustrated when websites don’t respond immediately or are not user-friendly. Great websites are geared towards helping users navigate flawlessly and look sophisticated at the same time.
Most successful businesses today have a website, but not all of them are effective. Effective websites have a purpose, they do something, such as generating customers. Put simply they do what they are supposed to. According to an article by Intergrowth 85% of people perform some type of online search before making a purchase.