// web design portfolio
Why hire a writer to design your website? Because content is what connects you to your audience, not code.
We begin with a full analysis of your existing assets, then tailored recommendations from me, including hosting options. My design services can include writing, photography, and even videography—all your digital needs are taken care of by me personally for brand cohesion and project management simplicity. Mobile optimization? Of course!
The small business website
7 Mile Island Massage already had a pre-existing website hosted by Wordpress which was technically challenging for the owner to update. Built ten years ago, it needed a visual makeover, content reorganization, and mobile optimization. Now the most important information is front and center, the website looks sleek, and works great on mobile.
The Shopify website
Wayward Gardener already had a preexisting Shopify website which was generating revenue, but the bare bones website had much potential for an improved shopping experience. By maximising Shopify's built-in capabilities, and by expanding the navigation to funnel customers towards items of interest, the website is now a sophisticated and intuitive shopping experience with an inviting home page and customised check-out page.
The website collection
Bread+Butter Restaurant Group needed six new websites for three restaurants, a catering service, a retail shop, and corporate messaging. The websites needed to reflect each offering's personality, while maintaining a cohesive brand feel. Special features include MailChimp integration and e-commerce. The six mobile optimized sites—including redesign, writing, photo curation, coding, SEO, and publishing—were delivered on budget, in under two months, with just two client meetings.
The portfolio website
Nikolas Pattantyus needed a website that would show off his stunning photography to maximum effect to his ever-growing audience. This site, coupled with a dynamic social media strategy, earned Nikolas Pattantyus Photography unprecedented traffic and purchase inquiries from new clients within the first 48 hours of going live.
The e-commerce website
Millie and Junebug is a new photography and stationery company. While primarily a brick-and-mortar business, we decided an online presence is key to establishing the budding brand's identity. An online store was created to test a clientele beyond the local sales parameters. And yes! Millie and Junebug has since fulfilled both local and international online orders through this website.