I’ve been getting a lot of requests for web design work lately. I can’t complain because I enjoy doing the work and it seems to be as in demand as ever. It’s something I’ve done on my own for a long time, but never for money, so it’s been nice to start getting more and more work in this niche.
When I got my first few requests for webdesign late last year, I found that it was easy for the work to suck up a lot of my time, and my customers (small business owners or organizations) don’t have a huge budget to pay me for hours of work.
So I’ve been looking for a way to streamline the webdesign process. By saving time I’ll be delivering a more affordable product to my customers while freeing myself up to do more work, since webdesign is only one of many computer-related services I’m offering. Yet I don’t want the quality to suffer.
Over the last couple of months I’ve developed a system for building websites that allows me to provide a clean, professional, unique website for my clients in about 30 minutes, and my customers have been loving the outcome.