Heads up! This is a long post about budgets, with the goal of providing more transparency in the website design field. When it comes to website budgets, I tell many prospective clients that their budget should be based off of the following question: What short-term and long-term business goals are you trying to meet and how important is your website in helping to achieve these goals?Read More
I see a lot of yoga studio websites, and there are a few missing elements that I see over and over again. Fixing one or all of these mistakes below can boost your studio's class sizes, outreach, and bottom line.Read More
There are lots of ways to see a website project to completion. Some web designers do both design and coding work, and others will just design and have a developer turn their work into a functioning website. While it's important to find a designer that can pull off the visual aspects of the project, it's equally important to make sure that the website's code is high quality.Read More
There are a ton of WordPress contact form plugins out there, all with different levels of features, support and pricing. I'm going to eliminate free plugins from this post, simply because the quality of code and support you get for a premium plugin is just hands-down worth it.Read More
If you’re going spend money on a WordPress website, whether it’s a custom theme or an off-the-shelf template, you need a solid web host. The goal of using WordPress is to leverage its functionality and power – not to spend 5 hours a week taking care of behind-the-scenes issues that someone else could be doingRead More
David is an experienced web designer and WordPress developer who runs Healing Arts Web, offering quality custom websites to small business and teachers. He is also a musician, avid disc golfer and espresso enthusiast.
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