A custom website tailored to suit your needs
When contacting Tanya, please be prepared to explain what you are looking for out of your website.
- Do you already have a site?
- If so, what would you like to improve about it?
- Is it difficult to navigate, outdated, lacking required functions, or do you simply not like how it looks?
- If this is your first website, what image are you looking to project?
- Does your company already have a brand image, or do you need a new one created?
- How much content will the site contain?
- Ammena Dance Company
- O-Sho Japanese Restaurant
- Old Angler's Inn
- WA Environmental Services
- Le Baron's Car Club
- Legends Homes
- Nancy Townshend, Art Curator
Tanya builds most projects in a flexible CMS (Content Management System) allowing you to easily maintain and update your content when the site is completed. All designs are custom created to suit your company's image.
Website pricing starts at $1500 for a basic site. Please contact Tanya for a custom quote based on the specifics of your project. (For a starting point, the average site design costs $2500).
All website packages come with design creation (including requested adjustments), content insertion, site installation, and training on how to update your website. You may be required to switch to a recommended hosting service if you currently have a website.
Featured Client: Ammena Dance Company
Objective: Create a website to promote the dance studio, provide class information, and give students a private log in area to study choreography.
"Over the past three years I have been through many website designers and have finally found Tanya, who created a website that shows my company for what it is. I have gotten a lot of feedback from people viewing the site to tell me how it is beautiful and very easy to navigate. I have had this website for almost seven months and in that time my clientele has doubled!"
-Lise-Anne Talhami, owner of Ammena Dance Company, 2008
Ammena Dance Company was in need of a professional looking website to set the studio apart from its competitors and advertise to potential students, while current students also needed access to studio updates and events. The end result was a full, informational site that easily catered to both groups.
A new brand image, inspired by posters created for their dance show several months earlier, was created for the dance studio, and this design scheme was used on business and marketing cards as well as this website.
The site includes a private log in area for registered students where they can view video of missed classes and collect notes on choreography.