Wouldn't it be great if you could find someone who cared as much about your website as you do?
You want your website to stand out from your competitors’ sites. To draw visitors in, and convert them into consumers.
And you want your site to look like you care about details.
How to choose the right web designer
1. Your designer should understand you, your company, and what you want to accomplish. This requires the designer to listen carefully and ask the right questions in order to understand your vision for your website.
2. Your designer should have excellent communication skills. He or she should be able to communicate thoughts and ideas clearly – spoken and in writing. The ability to communicate well directly affects the design and functionality of your website.
3. A good designer is all about the details. Thoughtful decision-making, research, and aggressive editing should all be part of the design process. Your custom website should function as great as it looks.
4. The best designers have skills across several areas that make up a good website: web development, graphic design & color theory, content writing, and a solid understanding of SEO.
a Custom website designed with you in mind
I chose the name Meráki for my business because it’s how I approach every project I take on. I really do put my heart and soul in it. My goal is to deliver you a product that is functional, beautiful, and represents you at your best.
Your website is your digital domain, so it should be welcoming and attractive for your visitors, and something you’re proud to show off.
Whether you are looking for a brand new site or to update your existing one, I will help you achieve the look and feel you want with stunning images, beautiful graphics and fonts, and mobile responsive pages.
How much does a website cost?
It really depends on what you are looking for. A personal blog isn’t as labor-intensive as a corporate website or an e-commerce site. Even those have varying degrees of complexity. That’s why a consultation is necessary. But it shouldn’t feel intimidating or obligating.
One thing I can promise you as a designer is that I am approachable. I won’t use a bunch of jargon or assume you understand every term that might come up. I listen carefully and we brainstorm. If you are worried about cost, we can talk about options that will fit into your budget. No judgement, no obligation.