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What Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Squarespace Designer

What Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Squarespace Designer

Hiring anyone is an overwhelming experience. 

When it comes to investing money in your business, you donโ€™t want to make a mistake and put your money into the wrong person's pocket. 

The pressure of this decisions grows exponentially as the investment becomes larger. 

Today, I want to guide you through a few helpful questions you can ask when looking to hire a Squarespace Web Designer.

An Introduction to Squarespace Version 7.1

An Introduction to Squarespace Version 7.1

Squarespace has made one of the most significant updates in recent history with Squarespace Version 7.1

This new version is only available as early access at this time, but as a Squarespace Circle member, I was able to get access to look around the new platform.

I spent some time working with the latest version and compiled my thoughts on what works, what doesnโ€™t and how you can get started with Version 7.1. 

Letโ€™s jump into it!

Donโ€™t Make These 9 Squarespace Mistakes

Donโ€™t Make These 9 Squarespace Mistakes

Squarespace is a powerful platform for designing your own website.

With their easy to use templates, drag and drop customizations and user-friendly SEO tools you can get your website up and running with minimal work.

However, that means it can be easy to get your website launched and overlook a few things that may be hurting your user-experience or turning away your ideal clients.

In this blog post, Iโ€™m going to share a few of the most common mistakes I see DIY-ers making with their website. At the end of this post, you should be all set up to look like a professional.

The Psychology and Methodology Behind Our Rebrand

The Psychology and Methodology Behind Our Rebrand

It has been a while since Iโ€™ve made any significant changes to my brand or website and I felt that my business had evolved so much in that time that my brand was beginning to feel out of touch. 

In order to approach tackling a rebrand for myself and my business, I knew I had to really pour some time and energy into doing it right. 

Walking into this process, I knew that I had to make some significant changes to fit my new business direction, but I didnโ€™t want to lose the roots of my business or that existing brand recognition.

It was a big task, but today Iโ€™m going to break it down for you and give you the all access behind-the-scenes look. Itโ€™s a long story so grab a glass of wine, some cozy sweats and letโ€™s get into it.

Design Spotlight: The Kikulu Foundation

Design Spotlight: The Kikulu Foundation

The Kikulu Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on global education.

The word Kikulu means "It's Important" in Lusoga, a regional dialect in Uganda. The Kikulu foundation believes the most valuable practice in creating lasting change is by investing in people.

When Alisha reached out about her website, I was honored to have the opportunity to work with her. This foundation is so close to her heart and it was such a special project for me. I canโ€™t wait to share it.