With so many possibilities where do you begin? How does it work?
Working with a
website designerlets you focus on the content for your site. You know your business better than anyone—your goals and practices. Your website is the message you want to send to potential clients.
How many pages do you need?
Search engines are all about content. Google seeks out authoritative sites to present in a top search. Use your website to expound on your expertise. While people like graphics and images Google feeds on text. You need to have a sizable presence online for organic searches. (Non pay-per-click advertising.) My first client began with 10 pages and currently has over 300 pages, adding interactive elements like slide shows, video, magnifiers, a blog and stunning css styled drop down menu.
Each website is custom designed and expandable with a library of add-ons (see below). Included in every website:
search engine optimization(SEO)/meta for all pages
photo image optimization
- minor photo editing correction
- navigational menu, design and layout
Visit my clients page to see examples of add-ons. A short list of add-ons:
- css drop down menu
- blog installed and setup
- mobile website
- complete photo editing
- custom logo
- CGI/PHP forms (fill-in online forms)
- PayPal secure shopping—for one item or a full inventory.
- Google Analytics
- audio files
- audio conversion
- video conversion
- website photography from Douglas Simon Photography & Video
- video & webmercials from Douglas Simon Photography & Video
- web hosting *Only for Brenda's website clients, we do not sell to third parties.
It is common practice in web design for the designer to claim the copyright for the website created. I choose not implement this practice. The client owns the copyright on their website and all rights to use and assign all elements therein. Brenda Simon Creations retains the right to display graphics and other web design elements as examples in my portfolio with a footer credit placed on client’s website. You will own and have a copy of your completed website and all its components.