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/// New Work: Stems and Sprigs SquareSpace Web Design

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This SquareSpace web design project has me feeling all fuzzy inside. This lovely little site was created for a florist in Northern Michigan who A) Is one of the sweetest ladies I’ve ever virtually met, and B) Makes the most gorgeous floral designs EVAH.

Kalin, the owner of Stems and Sprigs, had a SquareSpace website set up but just couldn’t seem to align the layout and design with her brand. We worked together to create a soft, feminine, and sophisticated feel for her website that now allows her to truly broadcast her brand in an authentic way.

Take a peek at the results below.

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/// New Work: Amy Kuretsky Website /// Go Live in 5

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Amy Kuretsky is an acupuncturist and health coach who is killing it with awesome health tips and an awesome holistic approach to life and business. She shares some of her insights via Periscope on the daily, so definitely check her out there.

We created a website that really showcased her personal brand and expertise. Lots of (super informative) content get broken up by graphic elements and client testimonials. I am very slightly obsessed. Plus, we rocked it out in just 5 days.



See more of the website and give Amy some heart eyes this-a-way.

/// Go Live in 5 – Build your website in just 5 days

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Go Live in 5 details02Start on MondayGo live on Friday.

Your gorgeous custom website done in 5 days FLAT.

The Go Live in 5 service is perfect for any blogger or creative! You get a fully customized SquareSpace website LIVE online in just 5 days. It all starts by booking a week to complete your custom design. Then I will dive into customizing the website, which includes tailoring it specifically to your business and personal brand style.

We close out the experience by reviewing the completed site, fixing any last tweaks, and completing the 30 minute backend tutorial (if desired). Then it’s time to celebrate!! Your website is LIVE!





AMY K health coach Website

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“I felt so held back by my website. I didn’t want to send potential clients there. Now I absolutely love it and can’t wait to share it at my upcoming vendor shows!”

Kate Jones, Pearly Kate Photography

Go-live-in-5-popGot questions?

I would l-o-v-e to chat with you. I am happy to walk you through the process from start to finish, look over your current website, or give you pointers on SEO. Whatever you need, I gotcher back.

Because you deserve a killer website to match your badass brand and business. Holla at me to learn more!




/// Make your 404 page work for you

A 404 page is the often overlooked little page that exists on every website to help a user who’s lost their way. You’ve surely ended up on a 404 page at some point over your years of surfing the web. It’s main purpose two-fold:

  1. It should first tell you that the page your looking for doesn’t exist. This could be because it’s been deleted or moved, or maybe you typed it wrong by accident.
  2. The second purpose should be to direct you to something else. You were trying to get somewhere in the first place, so the 404 says, “Here, let me help you find your way back home.” And usually, the homepage is the only place you have the option to go.

make your 404 page work for you - june mango designBut what if your soon-to-be favorite client ends up on your 404 page? Wouldn’t you like them to stick around, maybe even learn a bit about your services, or even end up contacting / buying from you??

The answer is yes. Of course!

So how can you out your 404 page to work for you?

Here are a few options you can include on your 404 page to keep your website open and in front of the eyes of your soon-to-be favorite client (and everyone else!):

  • Add a link to your most popular article(s)
  • Add a link to your About page
  • Add a link to your Services page
  • Add a link to your social media account(s)
  • Add a sign-up form for your newsletter
  • Add a link to your blog

Do you see where I’m going with this? Add a call-to-action that gets them interested and locked into another part of your website. Adding in a bit of fun text is a great way to ensure that they’ll click.

This is a super simple trick that you should definitely consider adding to your own website. I promise, it’s worth it!

Need help customizing your 404 page, want to know more or just want to chat? Holla at me! 



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