Graphic Design -
The art or profession of visual communication that combines images,words, and ideas to convey information to an audience, especially to produce a specific effect (1)
No matter how big or small your business is, the first place that many potential customers search for is your website. From Fortune 500 companies to small local businesses, you want to make a good impression. Like any other form of advertising and marketing, the web site is a tool you can use. Social media is an up and coming method of reaching more prospective customers.
That’s where we come in. Building a website for your business is not a do-it-yourself project. There is more to a website to consider than buying a domain, hosting and a website builder. “Free” is never free, what you save in money may also cost you in lost business.
We put an entire package together that is customized for your needs. Each client is unique, and there is no “one size fits all” in web design, just like in business. What may work for the restaurant on Main Street may not work for the auto repair garage. A well thought out website pays dividends, not costs you money.
From initial meeting to completion, we guide you and work with you to give you the most professionally designed and functional website. We help make your site visible on search engines so that when someone “Googles it”, your site appears on the results page.
We also take care of your domain name, hosting and setting up the site. We do all the heavy lifting so you can concentrate on your customers. As businesses expand online sales capabilities, you have the option of selling 24 hours a day to a far greater audience, either as an addition to your existing storefront, or just online only. If you are a mobile business, then you have even greater opportunities for success.
The possibilities are endless. Advances in how business is conducted are being created and implemented daily. Businesses can conduct meetings online in most cases. Design teams work together through shared online work spaces. Many times a cellular phone and a laptop or tablet computer keeps you connected when you are mobile.