Is your website working for you? You shouldn't just set up your site and hope for the best. You can use words and images to evoke emotion with your website visitors. By tapping into the best visuals for your brand, you can create a real connection with anyone one that comes across your online home. Thus, turning website visitors into clients. With this look back at our time with Website Designers Jen and Jeff of Tonic Site Shop, anyone can learn how to apply a designers eye to their corner of the web. In addition to learning which words and images to apply to your website, you will learn quickly how to take a critical look at your site. In less time than it takes to do a load of laundry, you will understand how being critical of the content on your website can help your site look more cohesive and on-message. You will no longer have no questions about whether your website is working for you. Learning these types of design changes will bring you the clients you want…finally!
Though based in Scotland, Showit Design Partner, Gillian Sarah, has clients spanning from the U.S. to China. Gillian didn’t stumble upon her global success. She believes there are several factors to finally being a full-time creative in a industry she loves. “After spending 6 years of my life in a not-so-fun oil industry job, I […]
Classic. Beautiful. Approachable. Lake Highlands was designed for wedding and engagement photographers! You can change out the color palette and typography to fit your brand as needed. Drag and drop your photos, add your copy/wording and this site is ready to go in no time. Website design by Jessica Gingrich Creative. View Lake Highlands View […]
Has your website been hibernating? Have online visitors stopped by, but it was snoozing? It’s time for a website refresh to welcome in new clients. Winter is over. It’s time to come out and smell the flowers. Shake off that thick layer of dust from your furniture–and your website! Hibernation season has officially come to […]
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