A professional website you can shout about.
I get it. You’re speaking with a potential customer that you know you can help. They seem like they’re on the fence, and utter those dreaded words “Yeah...I had a look at your website...”.
Oh boy. Can we get some damage control over here?
And whilst you know that your company needs to improve their site, it’s a real ball-ache when there’s a million agencies, developers, and designers out there.
Well, it’s time to take action.
Did you know that 1 in 5 adults in the UK have a disability?
And each year, around £17 billion is lost from the UK economy, because of poor design online.
That means, accessibility isn’t just a checkbox companies need to check. It literally makes good business sense to ensure your site, and your brand as a whole, is inclusive and user friendly.
So if you’d like more leads from your website...
If you want a thriving, profitable business that serves all of your ideal customers...
You need an accessible website.
And that’s where I come in.
Grab you free Accessible Brand Cheat Sheet
Whether your a business owner building your own DIY site, or designer who wants to make sure they’re building an inclusive site, this checklist will help you make your corner of the internet more accessible.
An accessible website is simply a website that's been designed and built to be as user friendly as possible for all users. That way, everyone can enjoy the web.
There's a lot of crossover between the elements that improve accessibility, and the elements that improve SEO. So, by having a more accessible website you're also improving your chances of being found in search engines.
My website packages typically range between £3,000 and £5,000 but it really depends on what you're looking for and the capabilities your website needs.
Unlike other designers and agencies, I don't use templates. The process I go through involves a lot of research, and getting to know you and understand your goals. Every site is designed and built from scratch, to ensure that it functions as an effective marketing tool for your business.
This depends on the size of your site, which services you require, and how quickly we can get all of your content together. Typically projects last anywhere between 4 and 8 weeks.
Once we've got started, you, or the leading member of your team will be added to a Click Up project. This is where all updates, and sharing will happen. We will also have a weekly check in where I'll show you what work has been carried out so far, so you're always in the loop.
Webflow! I quickly realised that a lot of people were having with WordPress sites, with plugins crashing, and the business owners getting really overwhelmed when it comes to maintenance. Webflow bypasses all of this.
With Webflow, you have to host with them. Hosting prices range between £180 and £320 per year which includes your SSL Certificate.
Absolutely! Every client is sent multiple training videos after the site is launched showing you how to update text, change pictures, add blogs etc so you'll never feel stuck and feeling like you need a designer to change something.
No, I can’t provide free designs. Web Design and accessibility trainings are my livelihood, and each design is carefully considered to reflect the clients business and goals.
Creating a design that you love takes time, so it isn’t realistic, or fair, for me to do this for free. You can check out my Portfolio page to see the standard of my work, and decide if we’re a good fit.
Book a Discovery Call
Interested in working with me? Great!
Let's jump on a quick 20 minute video call where we will briefly cover:
- Which services you're interested in
- Your brand or website's current status
- Your business goals
If we both feel that we’re a good fit to work together, we will make plans to kickoff your project, or training.
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You can also email me at firstname.lastname@example.org