I am always excited about each new WordPress web design project. And I do like to spread the excitement to new clients as it’s easy to underestimate the work involved in creating a new website!
There are always many questions involved in a web design project. Good designers ask a ton of them. The more we know, the more we understand your business … the better the design, the happier the client!
My WordPress Web Design Package
- Installation of the Genesis Framework.
- Installation of the StudioPress responsive child theme of your choice.
** Why you need a mobile responsive website
- Demo theme plugins installed and configured.
- Home page and sidebar configured.
- Header custom edited to include your website name or existing logo.
- Custom color scheme, if needed.
- Images configured and slideshow configured, if applicable. Images provided by client.
- Content provided by client. Custom editing included.
- Contact Page set up with address, contact form (and Google map).
** 12 of the Best ‘Contact Us’ Page Examples You’ll Want to Copy
- Social icons linked to your social media profiles.
- Sharing buttons added to blog posts. Google Analytics set up on your Google Account.
- Google Analytics for WP Dashboard plugin set up.
- Basic Genesis SEO settings.
- XML sitemap creation.
- Phone tutorial on how to maintain and edit your site.
- Yoast SEO Plugin – install, setup and configuration. Includes keyword research. (extra charge)
IMPORTANT MOBILE DESIGN ELEMENTS included:
- Clickable Logo – Clickable logo and links to your homepage give visitors an easy way back to home. Your entire logo visible at the top of the page.
- Mobile Menu – A mobile menu box (also called a hamburger menu) instead of a standard menu, beside the logo or directly underneath.
- Clickable Phone Number – Phone number at the very top as this is often all mobile visitors are looking for.
- Physical Location – Your location at the top of the page with a link to a Google map which mobile visitors can use interactively to get to you if they are traveling.
- Search Box – If you have a lot of info on your website, it may be easier for mobile visitors to enter a phrase into the search box than try and navigate via the menu.
- Business Description – A description of your services near the top of the page so visitors can find them quickly and won’t leave.
- More Space – More space between sections and links so that they are easy to click on with big fingers and not too close to other elements.
- Fewer Words – More buttons and images, especially on the homepage, allow visitors to get to important sections quickly.
- Calls To Action – CTA buttons at the bottom of pages so visitors can take action immediately rather than having to navigate to a contact or shop page.
- Contact Form – A contact form is included, not just an email address, so if visitors don’t have an email program setup on their phone, they can still send an inquiry.
If you’d like to update your current website or create a brand new one, do call Marcia Coffey at 561.906.3436.
“Strong website design extends past colors, fonts, and layout boxes.
Strong design focuses on the user.” – Rebecca Gill