let's be real,
When you're running a business, you're constantly thinking about your clients, running from one place to the other, and making sure that you don't forget any deadlines. Creating, or even updating, your website is easily forgotten. No shame – I've been there before.
That's where I come in. No more outdated info, struggling to pick between certain photos, and saying, "I'll get to it one day." Let's get it done now.
Reach out to discuss details! Get in touch through the Contact tab or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Review the scope of work and proposal (includes timeline, technical aspects, and more).
Hand over brand assets, copy, multimedia, and any aspects needed – sit back and relax.
Approve each draft and wait for the final launch. Easily manage the website on your own by editing the template, or let me maintain the content and update the information as needed.
I've worked with clients in all sorts of industries and have experience designing on Shopify, Wix, WordPress, Webflow, Squarespace, Pixieset, and more.
The final investment varies depending on the scope of the project (timeline, existing assets, website platform, etc.) but starts at $1,000. Clients typically invest an average of $2,800 on a custom website.
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We will always appreciate what you did to help an eighty year old lady who wanted to
save her hometown and opened a restaurant.
- Jeff M. (The Front Porch)
Tara's website is one of my favorite projects to date. Working with other photographers is always a treat, and her work is absolutely beautiful. We collaborated on the structure of the website and copy, but Tara gave me freedom on photo/video choices and page design. I also implemented basic SEO practices for the website.
This was a personal project and one of the first websites I built from scratch. E-commerce adds a whole other layer to web design. From creating the simpler home and info pages to setting up each individual product page, I learned a lot. Third-party apps are especially useful for a website like this!
The Front Porch
This particular website is an example of how a refresh can go a long way. The Front Porch on Main is a Southern restaurant in Tazewell, Virginia. Before this, they had no online presence and relied on local business and occasional travelers. I implemented an online ordering and reservations system, sparking an increase in visitors.
Tara Nichole Photo