But Can You Realistically Handle More Customers?
Would You Like Your Website to Be a Work of Art?
“I cannot tell you how happy I am to have found The Styles Agency. I started the Spotsy Arts Festival four years ago and they are my fourth and final web designers. They designed a site that is attractive, fast, enticing and, to me, reflected what an art festival site should be.
In other words, it was not a static bland presentation. They are very responsive, as I need many updates, and so easy to work with. THANK YOU, SAVANNAH AND CHRIS! You cannot go wrong when you work with these two!”
– Janice Jones, Spotsy Arts Festival.
What if Your Website Looks Better Than You Can Imagine?
“WOW!! Thorough, quick, honest, and trustworthy!! Savannah and Chris from the very beginning wanted to understand the ins and outs of my branding and business. They wanted to get to know me, and what kind of clients I attract, what I love, what I need. all for my website.
My website looked OUTSTANDING. Better than I could have imagined. My traffic to my website exploded thanks to their expertise in SEO! Thank you, Savannah, and Chris, for making my project feel like it was the most important project on your plate!”
– Kate Styles, Kate Styles Photography.
Small Business Web Design Packages and Pricing:
Our website design packages make other web design agencies squirm.
One Page Website:Start-Up
- Home Page
- Stock Images (if needed)
- Analytics Set Up
5 Page Website:Reach
- Everything in Start-Up, plus:
- About Page
- Services Page
- Contact Page
- Thank You Page
10 Page Website:Grow
- Everything in Reach, plus:
- Blog / Resources Page
- Individual Service Pages
- Blog Posts Layout
- 2 Custom Pages
Your Design Ideas Will Become Reality.
I love watching my ideas turn into reality thanks to her genius brain! Thank you so much! Cheers to the bright future ahead!”
– Jana Powell, All About The Grapes.
The Next Step is to Meet with Us.
The goal of this meeting is to gather information, clarify requirements, and align expectations. Here’s a list of topics and elements that may be covered during your meeting:
Project Goals and Objectives:
Discuss your overarching goals of the website, such as brand promotion, lead generation, e-commerce, or informational purposes.
Identify the primary and secondary target audiences for your website, including demographics, preferences, and behaviors.
Scope of Work:
Define the scope of your project, including the number of web pages, features, and functionality required.
Budget and Timeline:
Discuss your budget, payment options, and desired project timeline for completion.
Branding and Identity:
Review your brand guidelines, logo, color palette, and other branding elements to ensure design consistency.
Analyze your competitors’ websites to identify strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities for differentiation.
Discuss your content requirements, including text, images, videos, and other media, and whether content creation is part of the project scope.
Explore your design preferences, including design styles, visual elements, and examples of websites you admire.
Functionality and Features:
Identify specific features or functionalities required, such as contact forms, e-commerce, galleries, blogs, or user accounts.
Review your SEO goals, including keyword targeting, on-page optimization, and strategies for improving search engine visibility.
Call to Action:
Determine the primary calls to action (CTAs) and conversion points on your website, such as contact forms, subscription forms, or shopping carts.
Address website security measures and data protection, including SSL certificates and protection against cyber threats.
Determine your preferred website platform (e.g., WordPress, Wix, Squarespace.)
Hosting and Domain:
Discuss web hosting options, domain registration, and server requirements for your website.
Analytics and Tracking:
Plan for your website analytics tools to monitor visitor behavior, track conversions, and gather insights.
Maintenance and Updates:
Establish a plan for ongoing maintenance, updates, and support after your website is launched.
Legal and Compliance:
Address legal requirements, such as privacy policies, terms of service, and compliance with data protection regulations (e.g., GDPR).
Questions and Concerns:
Address any questions, concerns, or specific requests you may have regarding the website design project.
By covering these topics, we can all gain a clear understanding of your project’s scope, goals, and requirements, which serves as a foundation for a wonderful website design experience.
The Easiest Web Designers in the World to Work With.
From our first encounter I immediately felt I had someone on my team helping me through the process. Working with Chris and Savannah has been an absolute pleasure. They have always been very professional, personable, and accommodating. Their can-do attitude is refreshing in this day and time.”
– Darlene Tyler, Joyful Organizing.
Are You Ready for More Customers and Compliments?
They are very insightful, making suggestions about things I had not thought about. My web page and Facebook page look fabulous. I get a lot of compliments on them.”
– Theresa Sears, Lets Go Services.
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