(If you really have an emergency, I’ll help you! But otherwise….)
Friends don’t let friends have bad websites.
Whether you’re an author or an artist, you need an online presence.
Customers, agents and readers will search for your name – and if you have nothing to show them (or worse yet, a bad something), you run the risk of giving the wrong impression or turning them away altogether.
If you have nothing to show, or worse yet, a bad something, you run the risk of turning clients away altogether.
If you can write an email, you can maintain your site. I can teach you how.
My goal for you is an attractive, clear design that highlights your creations and personality. In the course of our business, I’ll ask you to answer these basic questions:
- What feeling do you wish your design to convey?
- What’s the main objective of your website? Are you trying to drive traffic to your publisher’s site? Are you trying to create a community where you and your readers can interact?
- Will you need your own online store?
- What are examples of websites that please you?
My services are affordable, beginning at $300 for a full, working website. That includes basic setup and design, simple instructions, and help with integrating your social networking. Also, I don’t create “orphan sites,” so I will also continue to work with you afterward for small updates, changes, and further instruction.
(Please remember, I’m not taking new clients in general. However, if you’re an author or artist and in dire need, I will review your requests and still help you!)
Do you need a new site? Hit me up (← click that for contact). I will give you an attractive, working site – guaranteed.
Happy Clients Make a Happy Web Designer
Here are just a few of my current happy clients:
A Few More Clients:
Doreen Alsen (romance author)
Gabrielle Harbowy (sci-fi/fantasy editor)
Gigi Vernon (mystery/historical author)
Keith Grachow (artist, illustrator, and graphic designer)
Tom Benedek (author and screenwriter)