Your website will reflect your personality. (Whether you want it to or not.)
- If you are a careless person, your website will be sloppy.
- If you’re an artistic person, your website will be unique.
- If you’re an angry person, your website will be confrontational.
- If you’re a meticulous person, your website will be consistent throughout.
- If you’re a disorganized person, your website will be hard to navigate.
- If you’re an arrogant person, your website will be abrasive.
- If you’re a thoughtful person, your website will informative and easy to use.
I just finished helping my friend and business associate finish a website for his excellent company, and I look forward to linking to it soon in this space. I’ll take care to highlight the areas of the project that I contributed to, but I’ll do that primarily to emphasize how talented he is.His new website does a wonderful job of reflecting the personality of the business that it represents: it is high-quality, meticulous, unique, balanced, thoughtful, direct, clear, and beautifully designed. It communicates key things about the business’s brand to visitors, and I look forward to seeing the reaction that people have to the final product. PS – I took the picture above last Saturday when I was the official (volunteer) photographer at FACETS charity auction. FACETS is a great nonprofit that provides support/assistance to the homeless in Fairfax, Virginia. (The dessert in the photo was donated to the event by Natalia’s Elegant Creations, a fantastic bakery in Falls Church, Virginia. More photos here. Will Marlow is an online marketing consultant. He can help you build an awesome website. He’s also the co-founder of AlumniFidelity, which you should check out if you care about fundraising for schools and nonprofits. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.