Web Design for Visionaries
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When two people fall in love and decide to get married, they’ve usually had the luxury of dating first. You must inspire people to invite you to the wedding (and to their proudest and most vulnerable moments) at first sight.
You don’t need to take out a monthly ad in a luxury magazine, get featured on national TV, or run for mayor before your favorite people will consider your proposal.
You do need a terrific website. One that gives your future clients a glimpse of the way they want to be in the world.
(How else will they long to see themselves through your eyes?)
Provide an experience that is both useful, usable, desirable, and differentiated and you will create demand for your brand and delight your customers.
— David Armano
Make your website a reflection of how your clients want to see themselves.
I create clean, contemporary, user-friendly, SEO-friendly websites for small business owners with discriminating taste.
Here are a few of the philosophies that shape my work.
- Make your website as visually engaging as a magazine. Create the perception you’re worth every penny, and a funny thing will happen. You will be.
- Get more with less by designing a few strategic pieces to work together. Print, web, this is all about integration. No costly, scattershot, ill-advised tactics here.
- Design with the right strategy, build with the right technology. Don’t let technology hold you back from evolving. We take the time to implement the right technology in the beginning. You get only what you need, and no one needs to go replacing things in a year.
- Great things take time to build. That doesn’t mean a little instant gratification isn’t in order. Also, we’re not talking five years. Let’s build a great city in one year.
The ultimate aim of all creative activity is to bring happiness to people's lives... The success of an experience is measured by the amount of happiness it brings to life and the amount of people willing to live the experience, not by its individual qualities.
— Andrë Braz