Jamie + Sarah are wedding photographers in Grand Rapids, Michigan who customized a style group to create their Showit website.
How did you get started working on your Showit site? What was your first step?
I found inspiration from some of the templates and then combined them and rearranged them to fit a style that matched our brand.
What was the most challenging part about building your site, and how did you overcome the challenge?
The most difficult part was getting my website to scale well, meaning that it will look similar on any size screen. I also had difficulty with figuring out how to upload higher resolution photos for my full screen galleries.
What are you most proud of on your website?
We had a professional video made to highlight our personalities and show people how we work together.
Editor’s Note – Their video is SUPER cute – definitely a must see!
What was your favorite thing about using Showit for your website?
The customizability. No other website builder allows you to be so specific on the placement of things on your site. No one has a website quite like ours which makes us stand out.
Visit Jamie + Sarah HERE.
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