Minnesota Web Design

Get a Website Your Customers Will Love
Build trust with your customers through a strategically designed website.
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Web Design That Drives Action

Convert Customers
Your website's design should be built around the content and help convince customers to hire you.

The design is there to help tell your story and create emotion from users.
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MN Web Design Features

Top notch websites and service.
No Retainers
No Retainers
You will not be locked into a long-term contract. If you need future work, you can hire me back at an hourly rate.
Fully Customizable
Fully Customizable
All websites start from scratch. No templates are used.
Professionally Designed
Professionally Designed
Your website will have a design that looks great while also performing great.
SEO Friendly
SEO Friendly
Google and other search engines will easily be able to find your website and understand its content.

Web Design Process

The process is designed so you can get the most out of your website.
Phone Call or In-Person

Brand Discovery Session

First, we have a 60 minute session to help us understand your target customer and go over any specific website details.
brand discovery call
Sketch

Wireframe

Next, a wireframe is created that fleshes out what is going to be on each page. This is before any designing takes place.
create wireframe of website
Adobe XD

Designed

Now your website gets designed. We take all of the content and information from our brand discovery session and wireframe and turn it into something that looks beautiful.
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Webflow

Developed

The website then gets built into an actual website. Usually we'll start with the homepage and then move on from there.
develop website
Go Live

Published

Once you are entirely happy with the website (and never before), we hit publish, and you can show off your new website to customers.
publish website

Generate Better Leads

Through Your Website
Your website is a funnel of sorts. Potential customers enter it, and if they like what they see, they'll contact you for service.

There are certain aspects you can add to your website that will make customers more likely to hire you.
  • Explanation of How Your Process Works
  • Testimonials and Customer Reviews
  • User-Centered Headlines
  • Genuine Photos of You at Work
  • Strategic Calls to Action

Why Webflow?

It's Simple
WordPress and other platforms have unneeded code that bog down your website's pagespeed and are vulnerable to hackers.

Webflow allows us to meet your needs without compromising on performance.
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MN Web Design FAQs

Should I build a website myself or hire a professional?
There are many platforms out there that allow you to build a website without the help of a professional (WordPress, Squarespace, Wix, Weebly).

There are three reasons you would want to hire a professional:

1. You don't have the time. Websites can take a long time to make, especially if you want it to be durable.
2. You don't have the skills. Some business owners have creative design skills, but let's be honest, a lot of them don't.
3. You want to let a seasoned professional design your website because he or she is up-to-date on the latest best practices and knows how to set your company up for success in the long run.
What content should I put on my website?
As a basic rule of thumb, you should list all of your services and products, information about your company, owner and employees, and you should tell the customer what your competitive advantage is.

Some companies do this all on one page, while the more successful route is to create pages for each individual topic, which you can link to from the homepage.
How do I know who I can trust to build my website?
Trust is hard to attain in the web design industry. Here are some tips for how you can know who to trust:

1. Search for the business on Google, and see how people have reviewed them in the past.
2. Are they okay with meeting up face-to-face and over the phone, or do they stick only to emails?
3. Do they have a portfolio that you like?
4. Are they local to your area? If so, you may want to reach out to a past client of theirs to hear their thoughts.
How much do small business websites cost?
The average small business website will cost anywhere from $1,000 - $10,000.

Searching for someone to build your website is similar to car shopping. You can buy that old junker with 250,000 miles on it for cheap, but how far is it going to get you? If you buy it for cheap, you're probably going to end up putting more into it after the purchase than you would have if you just purchased a newer car in the first place.

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Does my small business need a website?
Very rarely do businesses last anymore without a website. The reason is because when customers search for your business, they do so online. If your business does not have a website, there is very little chance your potential customers will find you.
Why does my website need a good design?
Websites need good design because it gives your customer a reason to trust your business. If a customer goes to a website with a poor design, they will oftentimes leave because they think they might be getting scammed.

A good design will also help relay your brand to your customer. It will tell them how you do business, and why they should do business with you.
Is it important to have a website that works on both computers and mobile devices (responsive)?
Yes, it is very important to have a mobile responsive website. Over 50% of customers are searching for local businesses on mobile devices. If your website does not look, perform, or load well on a mobile device, you will miss out on potential business.