When I first met Katie Lane of Work Made For Hire, we talked a little bit about what we each did for a living. I remember being really impressed with her approach to legal consulting for creative freelancers & made a mental note to hire her for my own freelance business legal needs. A few months later, she got in touch saying that she also remembered our conversation & wanted to work with me to create her new website. It was kismet! She wanted a website that set her apart as approachable & communicated that she worked for a creative community. She was familiar with WordPress already, so installing and setting up WordPress for her site was a natural fit. Her site is now refocused, optimized for her business, and easy for her to maintain.
If you want a talented web designer with incredible listening skills and the ability to create beautiful and practical sites that provide an engaging user experience and are easy to maintain, hire Kate. Kate managed to take my inarticulate wants and desires and turn them into a beautiful and coherent design that spoke directly to my small business needs. She also anticipated what I might need as my business grows and built in tools I can use when the time comes. As far as I’m concerned, she’s a wizard.
– Katie Lane, Attorney & Negotiation Coach at Work Made For Hire Consulting, LLC
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Author website designer Kate McMillan specializes in author websites for authors, publishers & book promotion that are clean, easy-to-use, and goal-oriented so that her clients have a successful platform to support what they love to do. With many years of experience, Kate not only creates beautiful, easy-to-use, fresh designs, but also helps you make strategic decisions about your whole web presence, soup to nuts, and pretty quickly too. If you're interested in talking with Kate about your project, get in touch with her to schedule a chat.More posts by Kate McMillan