Instead of hiring a designer for your website, it makes more sense to write it, then design to support the writing.
Many websites speak in a kind of truncated stocato. “About us” “Read more”.
We can bet it’s because the design came first,
with the assumption the text does’t matter as much as appearance.
Marketing is what makes the difference between an ordinary product and a premium, in-demand product. New Rok launched in late 2015, offering styled, knit hats with unique styling, colors and market positioning. Break-through logo design, a hot Facebook page, and careful analysis of marketing techniques and ecommerce platforms, the brand is ready to run the moment it detects traction.
Exciting startup is challenging the do-it-yourselfer who is buying an imported, packaged structure, to buy American! Robert’s Yard specializes in superior, artisan products built locally by dedicated craftsmen. Gardeners are also interested in pergolas as a focal point and entertainment center for friends and family.
Breaking into the auctions-for-charity business is challenging—building trust and providing a smooth, high-charged presentation. But an attractive, picture-filled website can do wonders for credibility. A4C is launched and ascending!
Hugely successful, artist rep and gift shop was suddenly uprooted by the building’s owner. Mister Bill Ding Owner made other plans that didn’t include iota D.
Powerful, professional property grounds management is carefully scaled to residential applications.
Attention to detail and responsive services with an eye on the weather makes property owners happy.
This whole store is a genius bar when it comes to mobile devices.
From iPad repairs to rock-bottom phone plans, Quick Fix was ready to help you.
But now they’re out of business. Never did get a website launched.
“When an activity raises threats of harm to human health or the environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically.
—Wingspread Statement on the Precautionary Principle, Jan. 1998
Ok. One page, similar to this one, $800.
Ok. Let’s go with your number. The one with the comma in it.
I write and design websites useing rocket-science to make your site sticky—which means visitors stick around to read it.
Pictured at left is Space X’s spent Falcon 9 booster making a ground landing, barely 10 minutes after it launched on December 21, 2015.
Mentioning it here is a good way to use rocket science.
Nobody else is doing this.
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