Need a beautiful and functional website with user experience and conversion in mind? It’s more than just a website – I’m passionate about helping your business thrive.
I specialise in Website Design and creating amazing online experiences that help your business thrive. My websites are designed custom, responsive, made for scalability and are catered to any business needs.
I build all my sites using WordPress, the world’s most popular website content management platform. It allows me to build websites for scale and provides a user friendly system for my clients to make basic updates.
But I don’t just create beautiful and functional websites, I provide the tools and strategies for my clients to help them build a thriving online presence!
Design & Development
The Design Process
Designing a website, no matter how big or small, is an extensive process that can be overwhelming. To better help you understand what to expect during the design and development, here’s my process in 3 steps:
1) Layout & Design
A large and time consuming part of designing a website is in the planning and layout stage of the process.
I’ll create the sitemap (Page/Menu hierarchy) of the website for approval first, then I’ll design the home page and a sub page (or more upon request) for approval.
2) Build & Develop
Once the site layout and design is approved, I’ll move forward with designing all site pages and implementing all functionality and plugins.
I’ll make sure your site looks great and functions nicely across all devices and web browsers before moving to the final step.
3) Edits & Revisions
Once the site is ready for final review, you’ll be able to review each page and we can make detailed edits in a revision round, to make sure your website is ready for launch.
I ask that you please review ALL the pages and text to make sure all the spelling, grammar, addresses and information are correct before going live.
“I wanted a website that would communicate the message of Indigo Expeditions to our customers. What I got was so much more. Not just a website, but a vehicle to spread the Indigo brand” – Rowland Griffin