This package is for existing WordPress sites with an existing logo. All of your website content will stay intact and we will theme your site with the new design, giving it a fresh, new look.
This package is for businesses or professionals needing an engaging informational website without e-commerce. Great for bloggers, medical offices, manufacturers & wholesalers, local businesses, photographers, and more.
This package is for businesses who will be selling products or services online. WordPress is a great e-commerce option for smaller shops with less product listings or those selling digital products or specialty items that require unique functionality.
Re-Design Package for Existing WordPress Websites
For New Informational Websites with no E-Commerce
Great for New Websites with Special Products/Services
WordPress started as just a blogging system, and that may be what you know it for. But it has evolved into an extremely robust and full content management system plus so much more with help from the thousands of plugins and widgets that are available.
WordPress itself is free and open source, which means it’s very widely used, completely customizable, and has an enormous community of developers who continue to improve upon and add to it through new plugins and more. We also add many add-ons to supercharge it for you.
It’s Search Engine Friendly.
WordPress powered sites rank well in Google. It’s just a fact! Now, lots of things factor into this, but starting out with a platform that is very SEO friendly is excellent.
It’s easy to use.
Designers like me love to create websites that allow clients to use them on their own. Not all designers are like that – they want you to have to come to them to make every little change so they can charge you for it. Our goal is to set up your site so you can use it, update it, and keep it current. If you need to have something a little more advanced done, we are always available to step in and help at that time.
Even the big boys use it.
Mashable, TechCrunch, TED Blog, Playstation Blog, Gizmodo live, and Lifehacker are just a few of the big names that use WordPress. This means it’s not only good enough for them, but it’s supported by a huge community of developers and will always stay up to date.