Updated: Sep 22, 2018
We take our job seriously and when it comes time to dive into your web design, you can bet it’s all that’s on our mind. Here are a few ways to take advantage of our brain power, maximize on your investment, and come away with a stellar design experience:
Make Time For Us
The number one killer of client timelines? Too many emails, with too little (or too late) information. Rather than sending us feedback as it comes to mind, schedule an uninterrupted block of time to review the work, and respond with your thoughts and edits in one organized email. Our process is designed to bring you from concept, to design, to content, and then launch. We’ll try our best to keep you on track, but we’ve found that by making this one change, you’ll stay on track and come away more satisfied with the results. By setting time aside, you can ensure that you don’t make any rushed decisions, and that we don’t spend valuable design time stuck in our inboxes or making changes that weren’t fully thought through.
Trust us to do what we do best
One of the best parts of our jobs is getting a glimpse of different industries and the work it takes to run businesses, all the way from law firms to restaurants and art galleries. We aren’t lawyers and we don’t know the first thing about running a commercial kitchen, but we are website and design experts that know how to create beautiful websites that improve your customer’s experience. We apply our experience and knowledge to every client project that we have; trust us to do our job, and we’ll do our best to exceed your expectations.
Demand quality, not quantity
We believe that too many options mean too many variables and therefore - a lack of thought behind placement and purpose of each design element. That’s why we present just one or two options when it comes time to review drafts of your home page or a new branding concept. We put many hours of work into each of our designs, and go through many versions before arriving to the select few that we finally present to you: there’s been a thought process behind each one and why it does (or does not) work for your specific goals.