As a hugely talented builder, Phillip Smith from Oakhill Carpentry knew he needed a great-looking website to showcase the work he does.
He had been planning to find a website designer for almost a year and, as often is the case, work and life stuff took over and Phill's website was pushed further down his to-do list.
A number of years ago Warrick met me (Marion) via a business networking group, and after discovering Phill needed help, Warrick referred him to My Virtual Assistant.
Due to Covid-19 and with things a little 'quieter than usual', Phill jumped at the chance to finally concentrate on getting everything together for his new website.
Phill insists on a high standard of excellence for his own clients and wanted a website to reflect this.
A gallery of images under various categories representing examples of his work was important to Phill. He wanted prospective clients to be able to visualise what they could expect from him.
He also needed help with expressing to potential clients who he is, what he does, and the services he can provide, along with demonstrating his experience, passion, and drive.
Phill sent a large variety of project images through, which was a fantastic starting point for the development and creation of his new website.
Large, eye-catching images work well on Phill's website and his standard of work is a visual highlight on every page.
My Virtual Assistant worked on website copy throughout the site, being sure to focus on Phill's target audience and talking directly to his dream client.
Keeping sentences short and upbeat, and making good use of headings and sub-headings to enable website visitors to quickly find what they were looking for.