I’m not a fan of sites like Fiverr.com where the idea is that you can get a valuable service at a super-cheap price – like design work. From what I have seen of others’ experiences, you get what you pay for. I struggle, however, with delegating things I’m capable of (in some fashion, anyway) but that I […]
When a business is 100% online, it’s twice as important to have a site that looks sharp, works well for customers and makes it easy to show and sell what you’ve got. Kirsty Cleverly’s gorgeous new Bonjour Quilts website does all of the above. Warning: Kirsty’s gorgeous photos may make even not-so-crafty folks consider taking up sewing.
Longtime writer, blogger, historian, educator and newly-published author Lisa Land Cooper needed a platform to house her work and enable her to offer her products – detailed classroom curriculum – without a lot of backend technical fuss. We teamed up, and the rest is history. OK maybe not, but Lisa got the gorgeous and highly useful web presence she deserved.
What a warm, wonderful spirit of celebration there was in Downtown Douglasville yesterday! Tuoia, a gallery, custom frame shop and boutique, had its official Grand Opening to-do and Douglas County Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting. The shop has been open for a couple of months now, so a lot of area folks have become acquainted […]
When you’re looking to have a website designed (or redesigned), having to rely on Google or Bing to find the right kind of help can be downright discouraging – especially if you add “affordable” to your search. When the focus is on the price first, it’s easy to settle for picking the best-looking contender out of what is, […]
There was a whole lotta buzz about Station Loft Works at this morning’s Douglasville B2B meeting. When I arrived at the ribbon cutting just before lunch, the place was hopping. Can you tell I am super happy/thankful/excited that owners Gwen Vega and Barry Oliver have graced downtown D’ville with this wonderful co-working space? I’m publishing this […]