Engaging Website Design
Let’s design a website your customers are going to love!
Being pretty is subjective. Executing your strategy
with an intuitive user interface (layout) is not.
Of course, your website is going to look GREAT, but our goal is not to impress your site visitors.
Our goal is to make your website helpful, visually engaging, intuitive, and trustworthy for your customers.
The aesthetic of your website is key to developing trust with your customer.
Your website will be designed to satisfy your customer’s branding expectations.
Intuitive User-Flow Layouts
There’s nothing worse than feeling lost when you’re trying to get something done.
Your website’s design will guide users to their intended goal, naturally.
Responsive Website Design
Your website will be device agnostic. It will look great no matter the screen size or device.
It will also be optimized to load as fast as possible.
Building Your Website / Stage 5
Designing the UI & UX
Your customers are faced with enough of a challenge researching and making a decision on how to solve their problems. Your website will make it easy for them.
- Do the majority of conversions happen from mobile or desktop users?
- Does the layout and design respond well to all device sizes or is there an over emphasis or devaluation to a particular device type?
- Does the design fit within user expectations in regards to industry and value position?
- Are the CTA's readily identifiable?
- Is each page broken down into a linear story?
- Is the color scheme compatible with basic color psychology for the industry and target audience?
- Is the design overpowering, obscuring, or distracting from the content?
- How likely is the layout to break or how difficult would it be to modify if the content needed to be changed?
Most common website design questions
How much does a new website cost?
You can get a new website for free if you want or you could pay hundreds of thousands of dollars. It’s a lot like asking, how much does a new house cost.
It does depend on your needs, however, that’s not helpful, is it? I hate that answer too. That’s why we’ve defined some "starting at" ranges based on your most common needs for your reference.
I’m a solopreneur pricing >>
I’m a small business pricing >>
I have a marketing team pricing >>
I have a designer on staff, can you work with them?
Yes, however the capacity of that will be under question until the project scope has been properly defined. Suffice it to say, even in the most limited capacities, if you have on staff resources, those can and will be leveraged accordingly.
I just need my website to look better, are all the other stages necessary?
No, they’re not necessary, not if that is your ultimate goal. If all you need is a better-looking website, then we ARE NOT a good value for your business.
We are a great fit for businesses who are actively marketing with a healthy monthly spend, and they need a new website to help them do a better job. If that is you, then yes, these stages are 100% necessary.
We’ve been doing this for a long time and we’ve learned that there are no shortcuts. It’s either do it right the first time or do it right the second time after the shortcut has failed. We’re not comfortable taking your money just to save time or work, not if we aren’t confident in your chances of future success.
I really like what my competition is doing, can we redo what they’re doing? (Can you copy… ?)
No. Categorically, no.
100% yes we will look at and evaluate what your competition is doing, but we will never copy. It’s not pride or ego, it’s because copying is lazy and dangerous.
If we copy, then we are not relying on our research. Which means we’re relying on someone else’s research – that they may or may not have done. There’s no way to know that what your competition is doing is working. Their goals might be different, their internal limitations may have influenced their decisions, they might be failing or failing to measure the results, or most likely, they’re just copying someone else.
We will not help you be the monkey who copies another monkey copying other monkeys. We’re going to help you skip that mess and do what works for you.
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So, what kind of website do you need?
It’s never a one-size fits all solution!
A solo-professional needs a completely different marketing solution than an established business with an in-house marketing team. Make sure you’re getting a website that is tailor-made for your business marketing objectives!