Web Design Process

Custom Proposal

Website redesign or completely new site, we’ll discuss what the process will look like for you along with a flat-rate cost, and what information we’ll need from you.

Info Gathering

Your company owns the website, so we’ll help you setup domain, hosting, and security under your own account. If this is a redesign, we’ll ask for access to the old site in order to save a copy and build on a staging site so that you don’t have any downtime.

Website Kick-off Meeting

Together we will discuss the goals of the website from the business’s perspective, but also what potential clients need to experience from the website. In this meeting we’ll cover a higher-level design plan along with suggestions about how the new website can support your business’s marketing operations.

Review Home Page Design

The home page includes the look and feel, calls-to-action, and the key elements of a website experience. Our first design review focuses on the whether the home page meets the business goals before designing the rest of the websites pages.

Review Whole Website

Together we’ll go through and make sure the needed pages are there and that they look good and function the way that they to.

Final Review - Finishing Touches

This meeting is the time to fix small spelling errors, catch broken links, and get the site ready for the big launch.


Your website is ready to launch. You’ll be given launch graphics to announce your website on social media.

two Months Tech Support + Custom how-to video Library

After your website launches you receive 60 days of website edits, blog posts, and trouble shooting included in the cost of the web design package. You’ll also receive videos on how to maintain your website through a secure Dropbox folder.

Brand Design Process

Custom Proposal

What are your future plans for your business? Where is it today? Together we’ll discuss the opportunity for brand design. Branding doesn’t sell services, but it can address unspoken objections potential clients have.

Design Brief Review

Understanding clearly what the logo and brand design need to do for your company we’ll discuss the design brief which is an overview of how we’ll use color, type, and imagery to accomplish a look and feel.

logo concept review

Instead of reviewing multiple logo sketches, based on the design brief we design ONE strong concept and place the design on mock-ups of items you’ll actually use, like business cards in order to allow you to fully visualize how the logo will exist in real life. From this concept we edit and refine together based on personal preferences and the goals outlined in the design brief.

final logo review

After the edits are made, congrats, you have a logo! Now it’s time to put it on stuff.

Design Brand collatoral

Our brand design packages include business card design, email signatures, social media profile graphics, and a brand guide.

Delivery of all the files

You’ll have a dedicated brand folder hosted on Dropbox so that you’re only a few clicks away from your business’s graphics. Included are common file types like JPG, PNG, and PDF.