It’s not just me — many brands have chosen WordPress web design. Some of the more recognizable are: CNN, Fortune, USA Today, UPS, Best Buy, Xerox, and Facebook. Click here for a detailed list.
Having a visually attractive and functional website is not only a great asset, it’s also a great equalizer! You don’t need to be Google, Amazon or Facebook to have an awesome website design. When potential customers visit your WordPress site, they will be drawn in by its visual appeal as well as its ability to tell your story in a captivating way. You don’t need to be a mega corporation to present that story. Elements such as photo galleries, embedded video, embedded calendars, testimonials and timelines all work together to enhance functionality and tell the world who you are.
Lately I’ve come across several websites designed a few years back that were impeccably written and told a great story. The only problem was that much of their information was often buried deep within a nested menu structure. A potential consumer would need to dig deep into the website to extract this information. Realistically, in today’s fast-paced society, how much time do you think that consumer will spend navigating a complex menu structure? Chances are, they’ll either give up or get frustrated trying to find the information they want. My goal is to tell your story in a visually appealing way that brings forward pertinent information that may currently be stranded within secondary pages of your website.
If you want to know more about WordPress web design and how it can work for you, please contact me!