The whole purpose of being a designer is rooted in being able to translate one’s creative ideas into awesome-looking websites for clients. However, we all know that it’s not as simple as that. No website has ever been built without coding, so whenever you need to get one up and running, the help of a web developer must be enlisted.
Furthermore, all subsequent changes and updates to your client’s website require continuous developer meddling. What if you could build and maintain those websites fast, free of charge, and with no coding skills required? Webydo understands how much designers abhor the fact that their relationship with customers is complicated by the cumbersome presence of programming services, and offers the perfect alternative to the code-writing nuisance: to build websites independently in just a few easy steps. Webydo is also offering a 67% off the Yearly Premium plan with this coupon code – DesignMag65.
Claire Gatenby is Creative Director at Squashed Pixel, a Yorkshire UK based web design agency. She is responsible for leading all Squashed Pixel’s Shopify projects, from the design phase through to the build stage.
Some designers might be discouraged by the thought of designing an online store. Just thinking about the work involved to make the shop experience run smoothly might be enough to put you off. Throw in the potential support you’ll need to offer the client afterwards and you might start seeking alternative projects.
But don’t despair – designing and building an online store might be the best move you could make for your business, and you won’t even break a sweat.
Squashed Pixel are a high quality website design and online marketing agency based in the UK.
A lot of web designers are mainly concerned with creating beautiful
websites for their clients. They want the websites they create to be
picture-perfect, impressive, and works of art. They don’t put much
thought into a website after they hand it over to the client.
If this is your mindset, you’re leaving money on the table. I’ve learned
that results (not design) make the biggest difference between the web
designers who earn a lot and those who don’t.
In other words, you should be making websites that make your clients
more money. By thinking like a business owner, you’ll be able to charge
a much higher hourly rate. This mindset starts by viewing your
websites as more than just a pretty face.
Business owners care more about the statistics of their website. How
many visitors did they get this month? Is that more than last month?
How many people purchased something? How many people left without
How do you know when you are successful? If you’ve ever questioned your freelancing success, you’ll want to learn the principles of successful freelancers.
Page 5 of 33« First«...34567...»Last »