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Don't be afraid! I'll walk you through the entire process, hold your hand as much as you need, and help you through all the technical aspects that may seem scary. 

I don't just build websites, I build relationships.

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Taylor The Creator

I'm Taylor, your partner for a professional Wix web design.

Based out of Atlanta but working with clients all over the world. I design and build responsive websites for businesses and individuals.

Trust me to make your business shine on the web.

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Web Design Process

Phase One: Discovery

I want to know all about you! Part of my on-boarding process involves completing a discovery questionnaire, asking a bunch of questions about your business or organization, telling me about sites you love, sites you had and more. Then I'll schedule a kick off call so we can talk over everything you've submitted. 

Phase Three: Content

A website isn't complete until every page has content. I hope that you've been working hard during phases 1-3 to have content ready for phase 4. Your customers have come to the website for a reason, so you want to be sure you've answered all their questions! Content is crucial to every website. I'll take your content and lay it out on each page so that it looks great and is easy to read.

Phase Two: Design

This is where the fun begins! Using the information you provided during the discovery and on-boarding process, I will work to create a custom design just for you. You'll get a first draft style guide of color, typography and device responsiveness for your review and input. This is a collaboration, so I want to hear what you think and have your feedback and input during the entire process.

Phase Four: Launch!

Hooray, it's time for launch! That means you've tested, approved, and are ready to make your site live to the world. I'll do all the technical work in this process - getting it loaded onto your server, making it live, as well as any debugging necessary.

(I'll make sure Google knows where it is too.)