You actually don’t need a lot of money to design a quality website. You can achieve fantastic results with nothing more than careful planning and some effort. However, we still frequently run into amateurish websites that fail to avoid these 7 common web design mistakes small businesses make. Carefully go through our list and see how many of these you can recognize on your website.
Design and Theming
For Graphics / UX Designers
Do you need help transforming your amazing design to a functional website? I collaborate with designers and provide a developer’s perspective to make sure that the design created is unique, UX friendly, flexible and functional once it is implemented as a website.
- Apply interactivity using jQuery
- Mobile browser friendly using Responsive Web Design
- Follows the W3C Web Standards so that it works on all major browsers including Chrome, Firefox, IE, Opera, and Safari
For Potential Clients
You have a choice between the designers I partner up with on the right side of the services section. Since everyone has a different preference in how you want your design to look or stylized, I give you an option as to which designer you want to work with.
Better way to think of this is if you want to redecorate your home or customize your car, shouldn't you have a choice as to how that’s done? Some people like minimalistic style, while some people like full blown fancy and loud websites. It is really up to you and your preferences.
Our Design & Development process can be seen in our Process Diagram.
Does your website still reflect who you were when you first started your business or have a lot of things changed?
“People's behavior makes sense if you think about it in terms of their goals, needs, and motives” - Thomas Mann
What is your name? Where were you born and raised? Do you speak multiple languages? How many siblings do you have?
How do you prepare every morning? What kind of clothes do you wear? How do you style your hair? How do you accessorize?
How did you arrive at where you are? What do you love to do? Who influenced you? Why did you decide to become you?
"A great business has to have a conscience. You have to know who you are and who you are not." - Howard Schultz
How do you define who you are? How do you differentiate yourself from whom you are not? How do you show who you are to others and what do you want others to learn from you and your business?
“When everything seems to be going against you, remember that the airplane takes off against the wind, not with it.” - Henry Ford
If you have a superpower, what would it be? My answer is always “I want to fly”. Flying is the ultimate freedom because you get to move 360 degrees from every angle. Sadly, humans cannot fly … but there is an alternative invention called airplanes.
“First comes thought; then organization of that thought, into ideas and plans; then transformation of those plans into reality. The beginning, as you will observe, is in your imagination.” – Napoleon Hill