Way back when, I started off as a print designer, but once I got tangled up in the world of web, the online domain won over my heart. Don’t get me wrong; I still love a good print piece. But there is something about the process of building a website from start to finish—creating a nice design that takes both aesthetics and usability into account, writing the code to make it work, and building out the pages to see the project in finished (and yet unfinished form, as a website should never truly be “finished”)—that makes this type of job really satisfying for me.

Here are a few things that are always true when I design your website:

WordPress Package

I used to offer a bunch of different website packages. Then, over time, I decided that I only felt really good when the clients chose my WordPress package. What I mean by that is, sure, I can create you a website without a content management system, and it would save you some money since that’s less time-consuming and easier for me, but I didn’t feel like I was doing my clients any favors by doing it that way. In today’s technological day and age, I truly believe that your website should be built using a content management system, and so if you want to work with me, that’s how I’m going to do it!

What is so great about building WordPress sites? WordPress is an online content management system and blog publishing application. With WordPress, you can have a blog on your site as well as easy control for updating and adding content. Using WordPress also offers a whole world of plug-ins, which can add dynamic functionality to your website. The possibilities are truly endless, so let me know what you want your site to do!

Additionally, when I create your site, I always include:

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