Here at Kelly Ryann Co., we offer two main website design packages. Both are going to get you a beautiful and intentionally-designed website within a short period of time, but there are a few key differences.
First, let’s start with the full design package. This is the standard website design process and takes a full week to complete. We start with a call a few days before your scheduled start date. This is our “first date” in web design where I want to learn anything and everything about you, your business, your brand, and your vision. (Need help clarifying this part? You may want to start with branding services.)
Next, we get into the actual design piece. I start by collecting all of your images, copy, and graphics to make sure your site is a full reflection of your brand. I then go on to create a wireframe. This means I create a layout of each page and how the pages will connect to each other. I design each page so that they connect to each other visually, and raise your SEO score.
After getting some feedback from you, the rest of the week becomes more of me designing your website, while you hang back and enjoy the process.
Mid-week I will check-in with a progress update and another opportunity for revisions. I then work to finalize all details and deliver your brand-new website by the end of the week. We go through to make sure all buttons work, all forms are directed appropriately, and everything looks *chefs kiss.*
A one-day website is a little bit different. It is (hopefully, obviously) completed, start-to-finish, in one-day. This means that I am dedicating the majority of the day completely to your site. And by the end of the day, you could be ready to launch!
Like the full website design package, the one-day website includes a fully customized homepage and your business’ branding across all pages. The main differences are that the one-day website includes fewer pages and is delivered with intentional blank spaces, where you can add your own copy later on.
This is a great option if you are tight on time and/or budget. I find this is also a really good choice if you are still working through your website copy. As a visual learner myself, I actually preferred to fully design my website, before I added my copy. I am sure there are some copywriters, and even designers, shouting at me to STOP, but that’s how my brain works and I am sure it is the same for many of you!
If you are still looking for more information on the differences between these two website options, feel free to contact me at email@example.com and we can go over any questions you might have!