If you have an existing WordPress site (that I didn't build), and all you need is some guidance on how to make it look nice, update some content, or do other stuff? I'm available on an hourly rate to consult.
Woohoo! You have a nice looking site for your business, but don't have time to manage it yourself. I'm available on a retainer basis to keep your site up to date, and make requested changes.
I’m a creative person. I love designing logos and websites. I’m easily distracted by digital design. When I’m out and about, I pay attention to signs and promotions I see, and appreciate the creativity and work that went into great design.
When I was a kid I would draw myself into my own world. I took commercial art classes in high school, but somewhere around that time depression started taking form. Staying focused became difficult due to depression and suicidal ideation, and eventually I quit art all together because I worried my art had become too dark.
If you wonder why I have that half-skull for a logo, it’s because I feel it represents my personality and creative side the best. I designed an alternate logo, that I think would work best if I wanted to pretend I’m Mr. Professional Digital Designer Guy. But, I feel everyone should be free to show who they are and be loved for that.
Everyday is a new challenge. I love getting to know someone else’s vision and helping them bring that to life. If someone doesn’t have a vision, it’s fun getting to know them and their business and then turning that into art in the form of a logo or a website.
I believe when your customers see your logo or website, they should see media that represents you. After all, that is what your customers are purchasing… right?
Sean was a pleasure to work with. He understood my vision, offered good insight, took on board my comments and he kept me updated with weekly progress. His service and final product were greatly appreciated. He went above and beyond.
Sean David created a beautiful website for my school. He was easy to work with and very professional. His ideas about the websites were excellent and he created a very friendly and easy to navigate sight. He also helped me to navigate the sight so I am able to add content and pictures. His price was very reasonable. I would highly recommend his work!
Sean David has gotten a long laundry list of updates and changes done to my website and saved me so much time!!! He is very responsive and communicative. Highly recommend!
Sean David created the website for our non-profit ‘OCD Gamechangers’. We are a new start-up and branding is so important to us as we become more established in our community. Sean listened to our vision of how we wanted our message to come across and was able to create a site that not only represented exactly how we would like to engage with our community, but it was spot on with our messaging. He also continues to work with us monthly in updating content and page needs. His dedication to our messaging and vision has been easy and his work is extremely professional.
Believe it or not, that is most often the case. When I start working with you, I have an initial consultation to learn more about you, your personality, your business, and your ideal client. From there I like to find out what you NEED from a website.
I use that information to give me direction to get started. Once I begin, I like to meet with you about once a week to make sure it is going in the direction YOU like
If you want to try that I fully support it. I do recommend you learn about design, color schemes, user experience, font pairings, etc…
However, if you do it yourself and feel a little lost in the weeds or need some input on what you could do better, don’t know HOW to do something, etc… I’m available for consultation at a rate of $150 an hour.
Maybe. If you tell me what your budget is, I can tell you what I can do for that amount. I have learned from experience not to drop my rate for a website.
As much as every web designer would love to build a site that stays perfect forever, that’s just never the case. A website is like a new haircut. It’s perfect right after the cut, but eventually gets a little wild over time.
Things that happen:
Eventually, from various software updating, Gremlins, or changes you made… something quits working and the site crashes. The benefit to you of having me on a maintenance retainer is I keep the software on the site up to date, I can make requested changes, and if something goes wrong with the site I’m there to help.
There are online courses focused on teaching you how to build a website. I’ve seen them for as low as $10 when there’s a sale.