Yes, you need a website.
Every business, no matter how small, benefits significantly from a well-conceived and constructed website. Think your phonebook ad is sufficient? Today people are far more likely to search for stores and services from their home computer, tablet or smartphone than in a printed phonebook. Sure, your business might get listed on an online directory of local businesses, but shoppers consider a professional, attractive website to be a sign of commitment and quality. Isn't that the message you want to convey?
What will I do for you?
I'll get your message across. I code websites for high search rankings, and always use "responsive" layouts that adjust to look great whether viewed on a desktop computer, tablet or iPhone. I never use templates when designing, as only "coding from scratch" can give your website the unique look and functionality needed to attract business.
Why you should hire me.
Tarrant County businesses are my sole area of focus, and will work closely with you to create a website that will drive new customers your way. I'm a one-man show, so nothing will get lost in translation between team members.
I know websites, but you know what you like: I'll build a site that's effective while also fitting your personal vision. I combine both artistry and technology in a way that will reach the audience you've missed, and I'm affordable too. No, really.
Time for a facelift?
Perhaps you have a site already. Does it reflect the calibre of service or product you provide? Nothing leaves a negative impression like a tacky website. I can give your business a strong, attractive online presence.
Cooper Street Antique Mall
A new antique mall in Arlington, Texas. The folks at Cooper Street Antique Mall wanted a simple, elegant design, something that would reflect the feel of the place. I went with muted colors, subtle textures, and incorporated a slideshow of photos that capture some of the beautiful items found there. (yes, I take photographs too) As always, I constructed a layout that automatically adapts to the screen sizes of various devices, so it renders nicely on a desktop computer, tablet or smartphone.