Web Design Examples & Checklist
I mentioned how getting started on a website can feel intimidating. There’s so much to consider — choosing a domain name (www.mywebsite.com), finding a web host, creating content and selecting photos and imagery. Well don’t worry, it’s not a difficult as it sounds. In fact, domain names and hosting can be surprisingly affordable. Click on the button below to see a checklist (and explanation) of items you’ll need to get started.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED TO GET STARTED:
- Domain Name
- Hosting Plan
- Website Content
Website design for The Society of Midland Authors, an association of published authors from twelve American states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
Website design for One Heart Uganda, an organization that pairs sponsors with orphaned and at-risk students in Central Uganda. One Heart Uganda changes futures through annual tuition scholarships, with 100% of their support going toward education.
Website design for The Centers for Family Change, a group private practice founded in 1985 by four therapists who shared a vision of developing a private practice that would provide high quality therapy services.
Logo and website design for Punchard Consulting, a small and focused firm providing hazard mitigation and resiliency planning expertise to a broad range of public and private sector clients.
Logo and website design for Four Quartets, a stage play based on T.S. Eliot’s poetic masterpiece, brought to life by actor Mike Rogalski. The website includes a blog, ticket information, contact form and production photos. Other marketing materials include, postcards, business cards and newspaper advertisements.