You have better things to do besides watch tutorials on how to build a high-converting website in 1001 not-so-easy steps.
Thankfully, you don’t have to.
Let me create your website with today’s website design best practices to bring you the best results.
Using web design and SEO best practices, I'll help your website have the best shot at higher search engine rank.
I'll design with users in mind, to ensure you delight, rather than frustrate them through improved user experience.
Designing with next steps in mind, I'll help you increase your sales conversions with a website that gets results.
The problem is, even with a template that claims to be “easy” and “ready to use”, it rarely is either of those things.
The real question isn’t whether or not you could just buy a template.
The question is whether or not you have the space in your schedule to figure out how to make the template work for your needs, as well as how to make the website, with that template, SEO optimized, accessible for those with disabilities, user friendly, and high converting.
It’s more a question of time. Learning to build a website that gets results is more than just learning which buttons to push. It’s about keeping up with the ever-changing standards for user experience design, accessibility, optimizing for mobile devices, and most importantly, optimizing for conversions.
I work exclusively in WordPress at the moment. I made this decision so I could focus on learning one platform, and learning it well. There are many other developers well versed in those other platforms who could better serve you.
My name is Kim Eddy, and I have over 18 years of experience designing websites for clients, plus over 30 years of experience as a graphic designer. I specialize in creating user-friendly, high converting WordPress websites, with a particular passion for event and directory websites.
I’m a Michigan native who transplanted to Thomasville, Georgia, exploring coffee shops, used bookstores, and artsy stuff whenever I am not helping to bring your design project to life. Read more about me here.