Beauty, Brains, and Functionality!

WordPress Web Design Package

Details

Perfect site for small businesses needing an online presence and information based resource for customers with home, about, contact, standard blog, and 3 additional info pages. Ideal for coaches, teachers, and service providers who do custom invoicing and don’t need any e-Commerce functionality.

Features

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Coming soon page

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Divi WordPress Theme

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Website style guide

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Mobile-Friendly

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Email Opt-in Design

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Custom video tutorials

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Social Media Integration

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Search Engine Optimization FRiendly

booking

Currently booking new projects to start February 2020. Let's get going!

timeline

4-6 weeks

Investment

$2450

*Paid in 2 installments (50% to start, 50% at delivery or 4 weeks)

Web Design Process

Step 1

Strategy Meeting – Collecting information about what a website needs to have and the overall vision, also collecting the resources needed to start a web design project – phone call typically 60 minutes

Collecting Website Resources – branding, web administration information, website content, calendar links, social media links, email newsletter configuration – email delivery

Web Style Guide – Matching website elements like colors, images, and buttons to the current branding – email delivery

Step 2

Homepage Draft Presentation – A live preview of what the homepage could look like. If the website is currently active elsewhere, to avoid downtime, the website draft will be created on a staging website and then moved over to the appropriate web address when complete – live website delivery

Draft Review – Looking at the draft you’ll be asked for feedback, what’s working and what is not – phone call typically 25 minutes

Refinement – Edits will be made to the logo and brand until it’s the right one – email delivery

Step 3

Build Out Whole Website – Based on the approved homepage design the rest of the website pages will built out in a similar style – by email

Draft Review – Looking at the draft you’ll be asked for feedback, what’s working and what is not – phone call typically 25 minutes, email delivery of content edits


 

Step 4

Strategy Meeting – Going through the website for a last round of strategic improvements – phone call typically 60 minutes

Integrations & Testing – making sure all the links, contact forms and sales funnels are working – live website delivery

Step 5

Launch – Your website is ready to go live. Delivery of all finals to your websites address – live website delivery

Step 6

SEO – Adding a final layer of keywords and featured images to pages. Integrating analytics so you can track the websites traffic and behaviors

Custom Video Tutorial Library – As changes need to be made to the website, I’ll create a library of how to videos so that you or someone on your team know how to make edits to your website – videos will be stored in a Dropbox Folder

Two Months Website MaintenanceOnce your website goes live, I will still help with any changes or blog additions for two months following the launch.


 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the first step to get started?
Once you get in touch with us, we’ll reach out with some information, and then we’ll have you book a time for a free consultation call. Or, if you are close to Seattle, WA, we can arrange a place to grab a cup of coffee. Usually, these are about 30 minutes and we’ll get to know one another a little better to see if we’re a good match for your project.

Following up to our call, we’ll provide you our notes and a quote for your project. There is no sales pitch, just information.

How long does a website take to build?
Most website projects can be completed within 5-6 weeks.

Other projects take time because of either the complexity of the project or the business owner is really busy and feedback is delayed.

Let’s talk about your timeframe. Honoring deadlines is critical to us, and we will always work to let you know how the project is progressing and what we need from you.

What if I just want a redesign?
Most WordPress websites can be redesigned without delay. Here are three Highly Anticipated projects that had a major design overhaul from WordPress themes to Divi:

www.nibio.net

www.divorceforgrownups.net

www.ballaura.com

Websites built on Squarespace, Wix, and other website builders can be difficult to convert, especially if there are a lot of pages or blog posts.