Web Design

Murrieta – Temecula – Riverside – Fallbrook – San Diego

.05 seconds, blink of the eye, snap of a finger...for visitors to form an opinion about your Website.

Source: Taylor & Francis You have 50 milliseconds

Some Most Valuable Clients

Don't get a Website.

Get an Awesome Website!

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Hope it works Strategy

May do little to build credibility, improve brand awareness and increase profit

No secret, anyone can 'build' a Website. And anyone can build a house. There's no guarantee either will be safe to use though, especially that house.

The good - you have choices, because there are enough "free Website builders" and template-based Web designers to make a dog's tail dizzy. The bad - going either route means it may be months before you realize that money-saving Web Design strategy didn't (magically) generate the traffic and profit you hoped it would.

it Will work Strategy

Builds credibility, improves brand awareness and has a better chance at increasing profit

This is what I do.

  1. Design a layout that ensures your site visitors stay put - better flow = less bounces.
  2. Ensure your content is effective and optimized versus a lot of text and images crammed between confusing boundries.
  3. Combine a strong brand image with on-page elements to convert your site visitors into brand advocates.
  4. Use proven Website design & development best-practices to rank your Website higher within search results.
  5. Define a Web design and print collateral marketing strategy that shows a return on investment versus guessing where all that money went.

The only important part of doing it yourself is, your competitors are counting on it.

Designing, Building, Hosting, Naming it...
Let's talk about your new Website!

Smart Web Design in 4-steps

This is how all your Website needs come together.
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1. Discover

Let's talk!

This first and most important step helps me learn about your business and how a Website will support it.

We also discuss domain name registration, Web hosting options, Website security and e-mail accounts.


2. Design

Concept & Feedback

This is when you see proof-of-concept, which may be an illustration or a single-page version of the Website.

You tell me what you like and don't like, and I use that feedback to make changes.

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3. Develop

A better mouse trap

During this step I build a functional Website, you interact with it as a visitor might, then provide more feedback.

I make adjustments and we rinse and repeat.

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4. Deploy

Start Selling!

The final step, deployment - your new Website is live, and after some tutorials and tips about adding content and logging in, you can start setting up pages to sell stuff!

Too busy to manage your Website content?
I'm here to help.

The Correct Steps to Brand your Business

Delivering Fast load times

With features to improve your Website's conversion rate!

A one-second delay in page load time has been shown to cause a 7 percent loss in conversion and 11 percent fewer page views. For a Website earning $50,000 a day, that adds up to more than $1 million in lost sales each year! - PR Newswire

Easy to Use

Adding content to your new Website is as easy as using LibreOffice, OpenOffice or Word!

Type, drop-in a photo or a video using a toolbar layout you're already familiar with.

Unlimited Content

Ever seen this advertised - "Need more than 4 pages? Only $100 ea!"
Beware of the Web designer who charges to add more pages to your Website!

My Web design solutions give you the freedom of unlimited pages.

Contact Form


I build solution-focused forms that become the backbone of your Website marketing strategy. Collect better data without overwhelming visitors with too many input fields.

Website Hosting

Get help with hosting choices (shared, VPS, private) and options (e-mail, storage, bandwidth) to ensure a stable Website environment for years to come.



Today’s online shoppers have very high expectations, so it's critical not to present them with something clunky and frustrating.

My e-commerce solutions make it easy for shop owners to manage inventory, sales tax, shipping rates, product variants and more.

Google Map


Adding a map to your Website does more than the obvious, it also adds legitimacy and an attention-grabbing element on that page.



A reputation-building strategy starts with adding a map, phone number and company info to your Website. To improve on that add current customer Testimonials to show potential customers how effective your products and services are.

E-mail Marketing


Getting a solid sales lead from your Contact Form is a huge step towards closing a sale. And following up is easy with a robust Newsletter Marketing Manager built into your Website. Manage your subscription list, campaigns, see real-time conversion data and even create your newsletters, all from your Website - no third-party services or monthly fees.

Responsive Design

Non-responsive Websites are now penalized by search engines, ranked far lower in search indexes. As mobile usage rapidly grows, it just makes sense to ensure only key sections of your Website are easily viewable on any device.


Web Design frequently asked questions

  • How much does a Website cost?

    The short answer; this depends on so many factors you should be skeptical of anyone who immediately responds with, "Your new Website will cost $XXX.XX." You would never buy a car from the sales person you just met who says, "The price is $XXXXX.XX." Okay, but you don't know the type of car I need, not even the color I want.

    The reasonable answer; the person you might hire for this huge Website project should first ask you some questions.

    • What is your company history and marketing strategy, what are your products and services? These details build credibility with potential customers.
    • How do you expect your new Website to 'greet' visitors and guide them to your products and services?
    • Will you have graphic design, copywriting or content creation needs?
    • How concerned are you about people finding your Website, AKA search engine optimization?
    • Do you plan to build brand awareness through marketing collateral, such as business cards, brochures or apparel?
    • Have you considered supplementary features to generate solid sales leads, such as contact forms, e-mail marketing or connecting with social networks?

    If your plan is to shop price, none of those questions matter. But it's going to be really difficult for anyone to add value to your Website development project.

  • What exactly does "page load time" mean and why should I care?

    This is the time it takes your Web browser to request content from a Web server, the server to process your request, send that data to your Web browser to process the response, and your Web browser to fully render the page.

    Pre-designed template Websites typically have load time issues - these mostly finished Websites are coded and designed by Website developers to appeal to a wide range of customers, then sold for $50 - $150 per Web address (license). Unfortunately, the code-bloat that makes them so flexible and cool looking has the nasty side-effect of significantly increasing page load times. And the person who bought the template, has no idea how to optimize it.

    Search engines don't care how slick a Website looks. Page load time, responsiveness and the quality of content are factors that impact where your Website ranks within a search result.

  • Are there any hidden fees - do you charge extra for anything?

    Nope, my quotes are detailed enough that you know exactly what you're paying for.

    Regardless of who you hire or how their fee is structured, you will have to pay for at least three things to get your new Website online.

    • Domain name registration - the address for your new Website, which can be registered for 1 - 10 years.
    • Server for your Website files and your e-mail accounts, typically referred to as Website hosting. This is paid annually.
    • Website development and design. Unless you got some mad coding skills, it's probably best to hire someone to code and design this 24/7 marketing tool. While Website 'D & D' is a one-time fee, many clients later ask for additional features and/or sign up for a Website Maintenance Plan.

    Be mindful of companies offering Website "packages." Ask for details, for example; is Web hosting on a shared system or private server? There's a huge performance difference (and cost), which may affect how your Website performs as features are added and it attracts more visitors.

    Ownership - anyone can make domain registration and Web hosting suggestions, but only you should pay for these services.

  • I have a small shop. What's your opinion on using a free Website builder?

    "Free" anything is always tempting, but settling on a strategy of converting a free Website into an obscene amount of money long-term will be a rough road traveled. There are many reasons this won't work for every small business, below are the two biggest complaints I hear.

    • Every free Website service can only afford that model through advertising (pop ups, links, etc.) and cheap hosting - every Website is on a shared Web server. This results in limited bandwidth, which controls how fast your pages load, which is one of factors search engines use to rank a Website, which means your Website will be more difficult to find, which means...well, you probably get it by now.
    • Tried it and didn't like it? Moving all your content with the same layout might be difficult or impossible - rightfully no free Website builder wants you to leave, so export features may not be available.

    As a small shop, it's more important to think outside the box by doing everything possible to make your brand unique. And even if free Website builders give you access to every wiz-bang drag-n-drop option, be careful not to damage your credibility with visitors who see all those moving parts as goofy gimmicks.

    50% of new businesses fail in the first 5 years. You should be doing everything possible to stay off that list.

  • Can you proof my text before adding it to my Website?

    Copywriting is a service I provide, so I would need to see your copy first. This service includes grammar, sentence structure and readability improvements.

    Ideally you want to get this done in conjunction with Search Engine Optimization, to improve the readability and keyword density of your pages.

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