Websites with Impact
One of our websites got the author a gig on the Travel Channel’s The Dead Files! If you want that kind of far-reaching exposure, read on.
First, you need to get some info and visual assets together.
• A registered domain and website hosting plan. To make it easier, we can do this for you. You can indicate your preference in our Questionnaires when the time comes.
• Your headshot or group shot, 5×7” at 300 dpi (1500 x 2100 pixels) for headshots and 7×5″ at 300 dpi (2100 x 1500 pixels). For tips and tricks, go here.
• Accent photos, product/service photos, personal photos, anything of visual interest. Make sure you own the rights to any image you use. We recommend unsplash.com for visually arresting, royalty-free images.
• Color preferences.
• If you’re an author and already published, whether traditional or indie, high-res images of your book covers, back-cover blurbs, and a few of your best reviews.
• Best reviews of your business/organization.
• Your social media URLs.
• The URLs of some websites you like.
Websites we’ve designed
(Semi-) Technical Information
Content Management System
We use WordPress exclusively. Easy to use, open-source, constantly updated.
Don’t want to learn the backend of your website? Let us update and maintain your website for a nominal monthly fee.
“Lisa at Brainstormes Creative helped build my website using fragments from a long abandoned project. As an author, she understands the need for branding and message discipline. She was responsive, intuitive and spot on with my requests. The end result was a website that exceeded my expectations and helped me launch my project.”
“I had a web site, but it was getting old. I looked at other people’s sites, and mine just wasn’t competitive. After considering different web site designers, I decided to ask Lisa to do an upgrade. In short, she totally surpassed my expectations. She’s great to work with, has a good artistic eye, is knowledgeable, and charges very fair rates. My new site looks great and does everything I need. I’m competitive again! Thanks, Lisa.“
Let’s Work Together
Let us take one more thing off your to-do list.