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Custom Website Design

Responsive Website Design for WordPress

We specialize in creating, custom-designed and WordPress themes for your business. We provide two options: From scratch design and development, or customizing a premium WordPress theme.

Creating a new design for your website starts with a discussion about your goals for the website. Here are some design questions we may ask you:

  • If you have a site already, what do you like/dislike about it?
  • What’s working/not working?
  • What colours do you like?
  • What fonts/ font/styles do you like?
  • Do you have any examples of other web design or graphic design elements that you like?
  • Do you have other branding materials for your business (Logo, business card, rack card, flyer, poster, signs), and do you want to keep that style?

Sample Website Designs

View our Small Business Portfolio

View our Non-Profit Portfolio

What is provided as part of the website design?

When we create a design for your website, we often include a desktop-version mock-up of your homepage and one interior page. We can also provide a mock-up of mobile and tablet layouts or other main landing pages.

If it fits your budget, we can provide two or more design options for your website.

What tools do we use to design your website?

At the moment, our favorite design tool is Affinity Designer, which is kind of like Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator combined. We love the ability to switch easily back and forth between pixel editing and vector editing, and the low cost of the software compared to Adobe products.

What design experience do we have?

Crystal, our lead designer has over 10 years of experience designing and developing websites, a certificate in Web Design from Camosun College, and college training in traditional visual arts including colour and design theory, art history, life drawing, and painting.

Do we do wireframing as part of your design process?

Yes, we include a wireframing process for larger or more complex websites. Wireframing can help determine the placement of priority of content before starting work on the design.