We Do Web Design

We Do Web Design

In our 21st century, there’s no escape of the web or internet. For a small business, not having a website is like having a garden and no scarecrow. Businesses need to have a website. This is a necessity.

The Necessity of a Website

One of the key benefits of a website is establishing your brand in the digital world. The internet is everywhere. Little tiny digital robots are searching the world wide web (aka, www) looking and cataloging data. This data is your company’s website. As a business, you want to be in directory.

For example, bookstores and libraries are arranged by this method. Every book, magazine or any piece of information has a specific place in the facility. We know them as sections. The blueprint has been intelligently designed for a user-friendly experience. The workers know these sections much more intimately and can determine its location, quantity and details.

The internet does the same thing, but in a virtual space we cannot see. For a business owner, we want consumers to type some specific keywords in a search engine and get lucky on our business. But is your business on the web? Is your business mobile friendly? Can people find you, who don’t know you?

You can have a great product. Your business could be the best in its industry. But the days of using brick and mortar stores, farmer’s market, and tupperware party themes are outdated. The day of having a website is now.

Benefits of a Website

In the study of business, there is an era for each evolution of business. College business classes teach this for marketing purposes. According to Understanding Business 11th Edition, this is the Emerging Mobile/On-Demand Marketing era.

Consumers are demanding relevant information exactly when they want it, without all the noise of unwanted messages. Search technologies have made product information pervasive. Consumers share, compare, and rate experiences through social media; and mobile devices make it available 24/7.

As a small business, this is where the party’s at. Don’t get left out. Here are some immediate benefits of a website:

  1. global exposure
  2. available 24/7
  3. increased opportunities
  4. legitimacy
  5. showcase expertise

Your website allows any person to see who you are and what you do. In other words, this is your digital business card.

Creating a Website

Web design hasn’t been cheaper or easier than now. Nowadays, creating a website doesn’t require you to have any experience. Some web design platforms don’t require any coding experience. This is great for small businesses and nonprofits.

There are many tools and resources for you to make this happen. Our favorite is a WordPress website, because you can do it yourself. Lots of templates to choose from and you’re in control. But they’re not the only ones either.

Our Web Design Packages

We offer two types of web design  opportunities. The web design vision you have will be converted to a full functioning website. Between the two packages, Dynamic Website Build and Interactive Website Build, we will help you decide based on the needs of your small business or organization.

Dynamic Website Build

A modern interactive website. Select a template, fill in content with your personalization, publish and you’re on the web. Your team of web-designers will build you a dynamic website on an all-in-one platform.

Interactive Website Build

Tap into your market on the web with a custom WordPress website. We build you a completely innovative and mobile friendly site. Your team of web-designers will build you an interactive website through WordPress.

To eliminate the intimidation of going into a website build for your organization we have created a “How To” guide to building your website. This is an example of how a website build typically goes.

Simplify with Clarity,
Rebekah and Nathan

Rebekah Dull is the co-owner and Chief Operating Officer at N.W & Associates, LLC. She was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, has left but always came back here. She is a Clark College graduate with her associates in Business Administration. Her goal is to provide nonprofits and small businesses with tools and resources they need to bring their companies to the next level. As a business strategist, she helps you identify the processes and procedures you use and how to improve them to reach your business goals. Rebekah also specializes in implementing a digital footprint strategy, including website design and social media marketing to bring brand awareness to your company, nonprofit and for-profit.