Why build a website in one day?
Good question. The truth is, most small businesses spend far too much time creating fancy, over-complicated websites that don’t get results. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could skip the hassle and get back to what matters: running your business? A strategic, marketing-focused One-Day Website™ makes that possible. So stop spinning your wheels and start connecting with your customers.
1. Planning & Strategy
Get in touch to schedule a free consultation, where we’ll determine if we’re a great fit to work together on your project. From there, we’ll schedule a strategy call as well as your design day, and you’ll pay a 50% deposit to reserve your slot.
2. Design & Build
I’ll take the text and imagery you provide and craft it into a branded Squarespace website with up to five pages and a basic blog. Need an extra hand? I partner with an expert copywriter who can help you develop and refine your content.
3. Launch & Training
At the end of your design day, we’ll hold a video conference (60–90 minutes) to review the site and make live changes. I’ll train you (and anyone else you want to invite) on how to edit your site. You can launch the day of or continue making updates, as needed.
"Andrew did an amazing job designing a new website for Great Dames.”
His design provided a fresh look, greater focus and improved functionality. We're getting great feedback from our current audience and attracting new members to the Great Dames community.”
Sharon Kelly Hake
President, Great Dames
"This is one very creative, smart and conscientious guy.”
I have worked with Andrew extensively on multiple projects, from landing pages to a multi-page restaurant site, and he always takes it to a much better level. Couldn't exist without him!”
Chief Igniter, goFirestarter
"Excellent service, fast responses, and quick turn around."
Whenever our company has an idea, Andrew brings it to life: creating unique layouts to showcase Learning Everywhere courses, enabling multilingual translation, and helping us set up a corporate blog.
Sheila Stenhouse Lee
President, Learning Everywhere