The first question I'll ask you is "how will you know your website is successful?"
From there, we'll work our way backward to figure out what content and features you'll need to make the site successful. With that plan in place, we can determine the right way to go about building it (WordPress? Squarespace? Something else?). A good website is not one that is built and released in one swift motion -- it's a tool that can be used and manipulated as your needs grow and change. So, it should be something you feel confident using!
The final question I'll ask is "how do you want it to look?" If you have ideas, we'll run with them and see where they take us. If not, we'll figure it out together. My job as your designer will not be to bring my designs to your project, but to bring your project to life through design.
I’ve provided design, strategy, and development for over 15 years, serving clients and industries across the board, including entertainment, real estate, healthcare, the arts, non-profit, and education. I’m honored to have built long-standing relationships with my clients, serving most for many years.
As a “full stack designer,” I have experience with all aspects of web design: marketing strategy, copywriting, UI/UX design, and front-end development. I never “farm out” work or use stock templates.
I live in Milwaukee. When I’m not working, I’m taking care of my two sons, chipping away at writing children’s books, and training for running races.
I’ve provided design, strategy, and development for over 15 years, serving clients and industries across the board, including entertainment, real estate, healthcare, the arts, non-profit, and education. As a “full stack designer,” I have experience with all aspects of web design: marketing strategy, copywriting, UI/UX design, and front-end development. I typically work with WordPress or static websites, but will support others including Squarespace as needed.
Vain Magazine was a Seattle-based art magazine that featured short fiction, poetry, fine art, and music created by independent creatives. I led the art selection process, design, layout and printing efforts for eleven issues.
Davy Rothbart is the creator of Found Magazine and a frequent contributor to public radio’s This American Life.
His collection of short stories, "My Heart Is An Idiot," was named one of the Best Books of 2012 by NPR's Morning Edition, Amazon.com, Vanity Fair, and The Huffington Post.
I worked with Davy to produce a single-page website that allowed him to feature press about his book, tour dates, excerpts, and links to purchase the book.
Atavus provides tackling data and training for football organizations around the US, including the Seattle Seahawks. I worked with the Atavus team to build out their product and marketing strategies. I led a complete redesign of their website, including responsive design, copywriting, art and photo direction.
Katie Arnoldi is the author of national bestseller "Chemical Pink," Los Angeles Times bestseller "The Wentworths," and most recently "Point Dume" a novel about human trafficking, the Mexican drug cartel, and the death of surf culture.
Katie's website was created to not only provide basic information about her books and tours, but to be an extension of the worlds she creates. The website features hidden symbols and iconography that reveal secrets about her characters and future projects.
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