Posts tagged Website Design
How to get website content from clients quicker + charge more for your websites

This post is for all of the web designers out there who struggle with getting content from their clients in a timely fashion.

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My 5 favorite ShowIt Web Designers

Showit may not be a name that you hear often but it’s become extremely popular lately in the world of websites. This is a third-party platform that helps you customize your site without moving your blog from the platform you may be used to—Wordpress.

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Why Squarespace May Not Be the Best Platform For Your Site

The three biggest website platforms out there—Squarespace, Wordpress and Shopify—were developed to serve any type of business, but they clearly have their own niches. We’re going to dive deeper into what those niches are and which platform is best for your business.

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4 Different Ways You Can Lay Out Your Blog

Squarespace is a very user-friendly site—it’s easy to learn, painless to teach, and really fun to design. However, it’s also easy to get stuck in the same ‘ol loop of ending up with the same design template you either purchased or were inspired by. Check out these 4 to make your site stand out from the crowd.

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5 Questions to Ask a Web Designer Before You Hire Them

Hiring a web designer is a huge step for your business, not to mention a significant financial investment. There’s a strong possibility you have several options of people to work with, and it’s important you find one that fits the needs of your business. One of the biggest decisions you’ll make is improving your online presence, so let’s set you up for success with these 5 questions!

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My 3 Favorite Contracts For Designers

When people ask for advice about how I handle a client problem, I always ask “What does your contract say?” It’s so crucial to be upfront and communicative when starting a relationship with a client, but you have to have everything on paper to refer back to.

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How to Provide Designers with Good Feedback (And Stay on Schedule!)

When I was younger, I would take personal offense to my work being critiqued because, well, we all know how much blood, sweat and tears go into a passion project. Now that I’m older (and maybe a hint wiser) it’s easier to see the feedback process as more of a connection with the client, as well as a learning opportunity and ultimately creating a project that they love.

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Website Showcase: The Spritz Project

With a bright, citrus-like color palette and feminine and approachable, typography, a logo and brand was built! Since the premise of this website is blog-based, we made sure to highlight her recent posts and included a sidebar for easy blog navigation.

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Enter to win a FREE Squarespace Template!

Hey business owners looking for a new website—I've got the perfect giveaway for you ‼️I've teamed up with my friend Chelsea from 23&9 Creative to give away one of her amazing Squarespace Templates FO FREE! (That's a $225 value!)

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Where To Start When You DIY Your Own Squarespace Website

I’ve spent a lot of time on Google and Pinterest finding Squarespace templates that I love and have rounded up my favorite places to find them on my resources page just for you, but I’ve listed even more right here in this post!

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Website Showcase: Sarah Misicka

Sarah Misicka's mission is to empower women to create a lifestyle that supports her ideal life. Working with Sarah was like working with a friend — this boss babe may come from a small town Wisconsin but she loves to drive and make her own adventures.

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Why You Should Work with A Squarespace Circle Designer

The reason I wanted to share with you that I, myself, am a handy-dandy Squarespace Circle member is because there is a lot of great benefits I get to pass on to clients! And, if you’re a designer yourself, I'm pretty sure this will encourage you to take the leap as well!

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Spring Clean Your Website

Just like with your home, deep cleaning your site can be overwhelming. Decide what your biggest priority is for this quarter. Is it growing blog readers? Getting customers? Updating your portfolio? Once you check out those goals you’ve written down and prioritize your site-tidying list to reflect those goals, you can get started!

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A Peek Into My Client Process

My favorite part of my job is getting to know YOU and what makes you tick. As I sip my coffee and pet my pup, I thought it would be fun to really break down my client process for you and turn the tables a little—show you what makes ME tick!

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My Business in 2018: Tons of Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

I took stock of my business earlier this month and wrote down the good, the bad and the ugly. I wrote down what I loved to do most and the tasks I dreaded doing. The result? HUGE changes that will be happening (and slowly implementing) throughout the year.

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