Let’s work together to create a website that works for you, so that you can concentrate on what you do best – your business or your creativity.
Beautiful + Strategic + Effective
Beautiful and Fancy
“Beautiful” can be simple or complex, depending on the type of business, but the “fancy” shouldn’t get in the way of usability. Site visitors need to find your content and your message easily.
Using current content strategy will improve rankings on search engines, making it easier for potential customers to find you.
Search engine optimization (SEO) includes techniques and site structure to improve the “findability” of your website.
Effective and Functional
I use best practices to include content that will attract your target audience and make the website work for you the way you want.
Below are some goals for a good website:
- Be accessible to people of all abilities (good user experience)
- Have simple and logical navigation (find what you’re looking for)
- Display content that is easy to read and easy to understand (legible and readable)
- Use headings in the right places (increases search engine ranking)
- Have appropriate text size (not too small or too large)
- Include responsive design (usable on any screen size)
WordPress is a Content Management System (CMS) that now powers 35% of websites around the world, from hobby blogs to the biggest news sites online. Started in 2003, it has improved and expanded every year.
The WordPress block editor, introduced at the end of 2019, gives web designers and site owners (if they’re interested and have the time) intuitive ways to add, edit or delete content, without the need to code. How nice is that?
WordPress is software designed for everyone, emphasizing accessibility, performance, security, and ease of use.
WordPress contributors work around the globe, and have dedicated countless hours to build a tool that democratizes publishing.
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