Nearly every web design project is more encompassing than most people think. And, not all web designers are created equal. It takes skill, talent, expertise, and excellent customer service.
That’s why I’ve put together a list of 7 elements you want in a web designer to ensure your money is well spent.
Branding photography is your visual representation. It tells a story about who you are, what you do, and who you help in a series of photos. It helps attract your ideal clients and then allows you to more easily sell to them.
In fact, whether on your website, social media, or in an ad, the first thing most consumers are attracted to is an image.
Plus, these days, consumers want to see who is behind the business they are buying from. They don’t want to see stock images (or at least not all stock images). They want to be able to connect with you, and the best way to do that is through imagery.
Not all web designers are created equal. There are many excellent designers out there, but like in any profession there are many that do not have your best interest at heart.
Here are several red flags to look for when hiring a website designer.
I am going to share some beautiful font pairings that I am in love with along with where you can find them.
In this video Amanda explains the top three elements you need to have at the top-fold of your website – especially for visitors coming to your site from their mobile phone.
As you may already know, your website is your marketing hub. It’s a resume of sorts and it will either immediately attract or repel potential business.
Your website should be the best representation of you, your business, and your team. It’s your marketing hub. In other words, all of your marketing should flow from there.
Let’s dive into some current trends and what your website should consist of: