Websites, email, brochures, logos, and more.
Are you a small business owner? An individual looking to display your work in a dynamic online portfolio? Or a nonprofit looking for a new website? I can help you cultivate your online presence with a dynamic website and beautifully effective design.
Having a web presence matters, and having one that accurately reflects your brand's identity is more important than you may realize. A good design provides not just readable information, but elicits an emotional response by portraying the feeling of a product or organization.
Whether you're looking to start from scratch with an entire brand design, or if you need someone to overhaul an existing website, you've come to the right place.
When you need help, just ask me. You'll always know your personal tech guru and I'll fix it for you or teach you how to do it yourself. No more hours wasted trying to talk to a human at a big company, just send me a message and you'll get the one-on-one support you need and the personalized help you deserve.
Fluid grids, adjustable text, and cross-browser friendly.
What is Responsive Design?
A responsive website is, put simply, a site that automatically responds to the browser and device it is being accessed from. Responsive design affects the user experience. These sites are those that you can view with ease via a phone, tablet, laptop, and desktop.
Responsive web design increases the likelihood of being found on search engines like Google and has a few main components: flexible and automatically adjusting text and images, a fluid grid, and some behind the scenes work called media queries which tells the device accessing the site which version of the same URL to display.
You need to have a mobile friendly website. About half of all internet traffic is happening via mobile devices. "Global mobile data traffic" is expected to increase by 700% between 2016 and 2021. People are more likely to have a smartphone than a laptop, don't miss out on their business by keeping your website in the age of desktop-only browsing.
SEO and Responsive Design
SEO (also known as search engine optimization) is what makes people find your website easily, it increases the site rank in search engines. Good SEO helps level the playing field in online marketing.
Single page scrollers and multi-page websites.
The Right Design for You
One page sites are designed to guide visitors through the site in a predetermined order thanks to seamless scrolling. One of my favorite things about one page websites is how many possibilities there are for being creative and artistic. One page sites are kind of like a bigger, better, more interactive brochure. You can direct people to a single page where they can get all the info they need quickly without having to search through multiple pages and links. Single page sites are also great for mobile browsing. The mockups below each illustrate a single page website that I designed for two different small businesses. In the examples, there are interactive elements, such as a before and after gallery and a concise services list.
Multi-page websites are a great option for blogs and sites that have a lot of content. They can also be excellent for page speed. A multi-page site is more traditional than a single-page scroller, but that doesn't mean it's boring by any stretch of the imagination.