For Artists, Craftsmen, and Artisan — I'm here to help maximize your revenue opportunities.
As a creative just like you, I understand the struggles of making consistent sales out of what you do. I experienced the frustration of spending a lot of time trying to market my art online that took away my “studio” time. With the implementation and constant practice of what I have learned I figured it would be best to share my knowledge with my co-creatives and help solve our common problem – time efficiency and customer acquisition.
And if you’re wondering how I get this done, take a peek at my “5 D’s Process” below:
We will have an in-depth discussion about your project. During the call, we will explore your creative business’s current status, where you want it to be, as well as the needs of your audience.
I would probe deep enough for me to determine the real problem and how I could provide the best possible solution.
Once I have all the information I need, I will study all of them and do my research. I would take a deeper look at your industry and target market. Then I will layout a strategy that would help us achieve our goals.
Together, we would work collaboratively to ensure that we have the same vision.
The mock-up would then be given life and the visual design will be integrated on WordPress using Elementor Pro as my choice of tool.
I will build and set up every page in coherent with the homepage’s look and feel.
Before we could launch the website, we have to make sure that everything’s working properly and more importantly the website users would take the action we want them to with little effort as much as possible.
A full website review and usability test will be conducted. All issues will be addressed and improved depending on the test’s outcome.
Finally, we move your website to live status. I will ‘walk you through’ your website. Before the project ends, I will provide a guide on how to use your website, maintain and keep it secure.
This process intends to ensure project efficiency and success but don’t take it from me though, take it from the people I’ve worked with: