Doin' the Website Waltz
Do you *need* a website?
If you do, should you hire someone to build it?
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that building a website can be a pain the butt, and you have better things to do with your time than poke around WordPress: like spending it in the studio.
First impressions count, particularly with websites. If you’re still reading, you’ve already spent longer on my page than the eye-blink most people do when they’re surfing. A professional website builder understands how to organize your information to grab attention and hold it.
In less time than it might take you to learn how to build a website, I can have yours ready. Bonus: you can have spent most of those hours painting. Or sculpting. Or designing. Or doing whatever else it is you do that you love, and that will pay for the website build.
Am I your best bet?
What's this going to cost and how long will it take?
Well, that depends on what you want. If you want your resume and a basic portfolio, it’s going to be economical compared to a site with an option to buy products. Each functionality adds to build time, software needs, upkeep, and therefore cost.
Right now, my least expensive site (the aforementioned resume & portfolio) starts at around $2,500. That includes consultation, design, construction, and software support for one year, and it’ll take me a month or two to build, starting from the day I get your content. Add complexity = add time and $.
Sound interesting? Shoot me an email and we can set a time to chat.
An artist site's heart beats in its gallery
How do you want yours to wow?
Below are two samples of image galleries; the options are practically limitless!
Here is the amazing and wonderful Mariana, pointing out a conch near Puerto Morelos, MX a few years ago. I highly recommend diving with her, and these days you can find her at the Cortez Club in La Paz.