High-End Mobile Friendly Websites
Homegirl Headwraps is a small business maker that needed an ecommerce storefront + landing page for her loyal customers to learn more, and a site that would grow alongside the business. After our zoom-call to determine all the features Homegirl Headwraps wanted in a shop that were missing with her marketplace store, we created a shoppable site with customer reviews, social media integrations + newsletter subscriptions to collect customer information. We even developed a password protected VIP shop for special online shopping events!
If you are a maker who is ready to ditch community marketplaces to create your own e-commerce storefront, I'm here to help!
Community Property Services is a contracting company that needed an online presence to refer potential clients so they could learn more + request a quote. It needed to be eye-catching, straight forward, and most importantly friendly. After talking with them, we learned that not everyone believes handyman to be professional, nor contractors to be trustworthy. So it was important for their branding to make sure the website demonstrated how personable, neighborly, trustworthy, and professional they are.
If you or your business needs a web presence to communicate your brand, I'm here to help!
Lifeway Mission International is a Kenyan-based NGO that relies on generous donations to continue their work. For over a decade, they utilized a blog site to have a web presence, but it needed a drastic makeover to be viewed as professional + trustworthy in today’s digital world. So after sitting down with them to discuss the purpose of their new site, we created a site filled with “Call To Action” buttons, high quality photos of the people + communities they serve, and integrated contact and donation forms.
If you or your organization needs a website overhaul, I'm here to help!
Threads With Purpose is my fiber art business that needs an e-commerce website that grows along with my business. What started as a simple landing page with product listings, has expanded with commission forms, customer reviews, social media integrations + events pages.
Concept Design for Buna + Ababa, a startup coffee shop.
I love small business [that’s why I started one] + love the excitement of a new adventure, but also understand the overwhelming feeling of detail overload. So if you are a startup, but aren’t ready for a complete web build out, I offer proofs of concept to take with you for all those important meetings, or even a simple “coming soon” landing page to secure your domain.

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