I have designed and maintained websites since 2000. I used to use MicroSoft® Word and ftp the sites to the host, then tried GoDaddy’s Website Tonight, and Joomla, but I have had the most success in creating quality websites with WordPress.
If all you need is a site that is informational in nature, a quick resource that tells people who you are and how they can reach you (like mine), your website could cost as little as $75 a year once we’ve got it up and running. If your website needs regular updating or you want more bells and whistles, it costs a little more, but we would always make sure we stayed within your budget. Websites don’t have to cost an arm and a leg, contrary to popular opinion. Take a look at a couple samples of my work below, then call or email so we can get started on your website!
Minnehaha Conservation District
The Minnehaha Conservation District from South Dakota wanted their website to have eye-catching colors and a News of the Week announcement page. They wanted pictures of their plants and an easy way to download their order form. They also wanted a generic email address that would automatically forward to their work account. Finally, they wanted an online calendar for posting meeting times and special events.
Sioux Empire Water Festival
The Sioux Empire Water Festival committee in South Dakota wanted a fun look that would appeal to their audience — 4th graders. They wanted their presenters, exhibitors, and teachers to be able to register online as well as submit online evaluations. They also requested slideshows so the kids and their parents could see what was in store for them.