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Hi

let's make your website a unique reflection of who you are and what you do  ↓   

You want a website that you love and that you feel super comfortable sharing.

You want a strong sense of how to tell people what you do.

And, you would love a plan that actually worked for you moving forward. 

In your heart, you really want to do this.

You are ready to get out there, to bring your business or your project online. But...it all seems kind of overwhelming. You have considered maybe doing it yourself but when you really think about it you don't have the time, energy or inclination to do that. And, there are some days when the fear sort of takes over and you decide this is probably a terrible idea anyway.

Or, maybe you are already somewhat established but your website, messaging or visual identity no longer fits who you are and what you do. And you don't really have time to dig in and do all the work that you know a redesign will entail.

I get it – I really do. And…
I promise, I can help!

You need a partner you can trust, who knows the territory, and understands what you are trying to do. You need a solution that feels "right-sized" - both in terms of your purpose and your budget.

Over 5 years I've developed the east willow process.  We will dive in and discover your unique values, contributions, point of difference, essence, and audience. Then we will find words and messages, images and colors that resonate. Along with your logo, we bring it all together to form your visual and verbal identity. And finally, we will put all of that into your website creating a clear representation of you and your project or business that you feel super confident sharing with the world.

This process is immersive and deep and also fun. I've compiled a list of client stories and asked some of the awesome women I get to call clients to share a few of their own words about how the process was for them.

If you want a website that truly reflects who you are, what you care about, who you are in the process of becoming, then we should definitely talk.