There is alot of crap out there, that was a friendly heads up. Any one else thinking of getting a website would be spending their time wisely by checking out Jason's site. (no I didn't make it)
Things to consider when having a website designed.
- Simplicity -
Having too much information on a page is very bad for business. When you are confronted with a website containing LOADS of text, unless you are extremely interested, do you really read it all?
Make your point.
When Jason's site loaded I learned several things about "Agape Painting" in a matter of seconds.
PAINTING - LICENSED - BONDED - INSURED - FAMILY COMPANY- PHONE# - NAME.
I now know who runs the business, what they do, and how to contact them. Ever been to a website where you have to hunt for a contact button?
- People don't like to read - Did I mention this already?
A picture is worth a thousand words right? The pictures on Jason's main site exude "CLEAN & QUALITY" both about the job AND the person. He also includes a portfolio for easy viewing. I already feel safe letting this person into, and working on, my home.
- MORE questions later, means LESS time working -
I know RIGHT AWAY that I can use VISA/MC - I know what brand of paint he uses, so I know where I can choose my colors from without having problems
These were just a few things that I could think of on the spot.
Jason, please tell whoever designed your site that you have received many compliments on it!