THE CREATIVE PROCESS
My creative process for building websites begins with a short intro call so that we can get to know a little about each other; so I can understand your business and what your design needs are; and last but not least, to see if we’d be a good fit to work together (no hard feelings if we’re not each other’s cup of tea!) Once we move forward, I’ll do an assessment of your current website before I submit my proposal of cost and timelines. From there, there are three phases I work within —
Gather. From fonts and photos, to hosting and local SEO…We’ll sit down and go over everything that’s needed before the website is even built. This is also where we’ll determine if a Brand Style Guide is needed before any work has begun.
Build. Then, with your input at various stages of the build process, you’ll get to see first hand as your new website comes to life.
Launch. And finally, after building and testing your website on various browsers and devices, your new website will be ready for everyone to see! Woo-hoo! Pop-Clink-Fizz! 🍾🥂
Just a sample of the most recent web design projects that I’ve completed. Some are WordPress, some are Squarespace. No old, dumpy sites here!
A new business from the ground up, she needed the whole nine - a brand style guide, logo, and website. I love working with business owners who can articulate what they want - and aren't afraid to be themselves.
Fashionably Unemployed is a diary-styled fashion blog based in Miami, FL. She can be followed on Instagram @fashionably_unemployed.
This client wanted to rebrand the company to showcase their expanded services and locations, and to move away from the outdated brand they’d had for almost twenty years. Creating a new logo and website was exactly what they needed.
Since she had an established business already, I updated her brand with a brighter color palette, then rebuilt the entire site in WordPress to give her more functionality, such as fillable pdf intake forms, as well as a contact form and location information.
Looking for just a logo? Here’s a sample of logos I’ve created.