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5 things our web clients should know
One of the sites we follow, www.webdesignerdepot.com, had a great article this week on the five things our clients should know to build a successful website. Click the link in that last sentence for the full article. Here’s a condensed version for you: 1. The client is the secret to…
WEB: New websites, overhauls, conversions, custom code, fixing website problems –we're the geeks that get it done!
AVAILABILITY: Now is a great time to plan projects and get them scheduled. Completing a conversation and a few resulting tasks makes things go much more quickly when your project is our focus. Bring it! firstname.lastname@example.org or 360/214.9235.
PRINT: Layout, design, ad sales: we manage print projects large and small. We're your go-to when you need business cards, brochures, rack cards, bookmarks, car magnets, stickers/decals, a museum display, envelopes, labels, ad-supported programs, catalogs ––anything you can dream that gets printed.
AVAILABILITY: There's always room to squeeze in small projects! We have a limited number of larger project slots available this year; let's chat. email@example.com or 360/214.9235.
GRAPHICS: Logo development, converting art to a new format, redrawing old/inferior art, elements to match an existing design, design items for you to have created/printed --whatever you need created professionally and digitally, from research through execution and delivering multiple file formats.
AVAILABILITY: We can almost always fit in jobs of under 1 hour. For larger jobs, get in touch so we can look at the schedule together. firstname.lastname@example.org or 360/214.9235.
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