This was an existing website with a single product page. Originally the business focus was on a
Hacking is a growing concern for online businesses. As attacks adapt and become ever more sophisticated by the day, it is more important than ever to take measures to protect your website against hidden viruses and malicious software.
When I was introduced to Sarah of The Upholstery Artist (UK) it was because she was having issues with her Google Business page listing. After digging around it became clear that many elements of her website were out of date. Security and version issues here were causing problems with her Google Business page. Once my proposal was approved I set about the following...
The wonderful thing about WordPress being a content management system is that (as the name implies) all your content is stored in the database and is not (generally not always, anyway) tied to the theme. Which means switching out a theme and giving the website a refresh inside and out is generally a quick and easy job to do.
I created a new look & feel and added lots of new content. On-page SEO was a focus. All images were resized for web (small file size while keeping the images crisp and large.) His service pages, project pages all categorised in a way that beautifully showcases his work and highlights another area of interest for him: his photography. We connected his instagram account to his website home page so that it automatically updates when he does.
This is a membership-based website with 3 different membership tiers. Membership registration is captured and includes online payments. International events are listed with multi-currency and tiered payment options for both members and non-members. The website also includes member-only content and directory. There have been so many technical elements that all needed to come together for this new business website.