Part 1: Brand Visuals
Usually those coming to me for a Sales Page want a unique branded look to their offer. Which is great! Because designing a beautiful sales page aligns perfectly with my skills.
Style tiles are visual boards displaying various web elements designed in your brand’s look and feel. This includes anything you typically see on websites like supporting graphics, image treatment, call-to-actions, typography, buttons, and colours. Sending through a few style tile options first gives you an opportunity to adjust the brand look and feel before seeing a fully designed website mockup. If you go ahead with style tiles first you will get a brand look but no official ‘logo’.
This option is ideal for businesses with: a) Not much of a budget/timeframe to work with but also want beautiful visuals b) a logo that could stay (or has to stay) but an overarching visual identity that has gone a bit feral over time and needs to go.
Part 2: Sales Page
Once we’ve discussed your website’s scope and you approve the site map and proposal, I start with designing a mockup of what your sales page will look like. A mockup is a static detailed preview (non interactive) of the sales page.
The sales page can be built in Wordpress, Squarespace or LeadPages, depending on how your current site is built. The sales page will be responsive to display correctly on all devices.
After go live
When I build the website I set your analytics on your website. We organising a 2 monthly meeting to review how users are interacting with your site, and what can be changed based on this information (further changes to the site are charged additionally.
Please note, the goal of this analytics isn’t to increase your google ranking (where you appear in a google search), it’s to provide you with the data insights to understanding how your users are interacting with your site.