How This Works
1. Surf My Website
Nobody wants their website to have the personality of elevator music or the unreliability of a Yugo. That's why, like all investments, buying your website requires research.
Surf my site. Check out the projects I've done. Write down your questions - and your ideas.
2. Book or Call for A Free Discovery Consultation
This is a no-obligation conversation where we talk about your business challenges and goals, and your website visitors' journey. We'll discuss what features and functionalities can help you achieve your goals.
3. I Send You A Proposal
This is where I take what I learned from our consultation and create a detailed document about the proposed Webflow website and what it will cost.
The purpose is to clarify what you really need, then - if you decide to proceed - I convert the proposal into a contract for you to review before signing.
4. I Make Your Website
I take my inspiration from your goals, your content and your style. I supplement your content with visuals and text - and I elevate your brand without resorting to telekinesis.
You can follow the construction of your site and provide feedback along the way. Then, I'll teach you how to use it and hand over the keys.
My Website Projects
Bay St. George Chamber of Commerce
A business listing website that includes a searchable member directory, events listing and promotes new members joining.
Celebrating Mary Sampson
A commemorative website for the world's best mom and grandma: Mary Estelle (White/LeBlanc) Sampson of Stephenville, NL.
Secure Maritime Consulting
A focussed CV-type website for security consultant, Viv Wright, in Corner Brook, NL.
Colleen's Bridal Boutique
Colleen’s Bridal Boutique is a new business in Corner Brook that sells Bridal and Prom designs as well as photography.
Fred McDonald Indigenous Artist
Webflow Website Design for Indigenous Artist Frederick R McDonald of the Fort McKay First Nation, near Fort McMurray, AB