To get above the clouds online, you need:
- A rock solid website
- Visitors who talk
To be rock solid, your website needs:
- Fresh design
- Engaging copy
- Social proof
- Speed & security
- Effortless wayfinding
CASE STUDY: Redesigning the WwfG website
To get visitors to talk to you, and to talk to their friends about you, you need two things:
- An outreach plan
- The time to do the things on the outreach plan
CASE STUDY: Looking to the Future With Parkside Clinic
PROPOSE A MISSION: We’ll get right back to you
Tom and I worked together at OHSU, where he was a trusted and collaborative web colleague. Since launching our own respective practices, he has become my go-to technical resource for my agency clients. Tom is thoughtful with his technical recommendations, and is very flexible… all great things to have in a web partner!
Digital and Social Media Consultant
Not only has Tom done an amazing job reinventing our website, but has also created some wonderful content for our email subscribers. He is timely, professional, and has some great ideas. I would recommend him highly.
Chiropractor and Owner of Parkside Clinic
I had a meeting with my business coach today and she was LOVING the website changes. I just wanted to say thank you again for your work and for future work when it’s time for the next steps!
Owner of Finding New Favorites
I appreciated his attention to detail and responsiveness. He made things easy, by asking the right questions. We have seen a direct correlation in new referrals with the launch of the new site. I highly recommend Tom to small business owners.
Therapist and Owner, Restore Therapy
Tom is gracious, kind, unflappable, and deeply lives his values and convictions. He shines brightest when he has a problem to solve and he can singularly focus on aligning (sometimes difficult) stakeholders with his vision for making the web a better place.
Associate Director of Digital Engagement, OHSU
Owner & Laidback Perfectionist
I’m the idea person and the lead dishwasher. I really like solving problems, and I define “problems” pretty broadly.
Very Good Noticer of Things
I enjoy noticing things and making sure the rest of the team notices them as well.