5 simple steps to a stand-out website (plus a free checklist!)

 
Learn the simple 5-step process I used to design a website that helped my client book an AT&T commercial. This video training will walk you through each step.

In this post, I’ll show you the simple 5-step process I used to design a strategic website that helped my client book an AT&T commercial.

But first, we need to talk about cake.

Isn't a bad cake a bummer? There's the kind that is slathered in too-sweet, too-thick frosting. There’s the kind that seems to have been baked extra-dry. There’s the kind that you take to the office and foist on your unsuspecting colleagues (or at least you used to, back when you were working your 9-5 job).

Any of those kind of cakes make me sad. To paraphrase Mary Berry from the Great British Bake Off, cake should be nothing short of exceedingly good

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Your website is a lot like a cake.

First, you gather the raw ingredients: text, images, colors, fonts, and graphics. Next, you bake these ingredients into a whole that’s greater than the sum of its parts.

Like baking, this can feel like a mysterious process. How do all these things add up to an end product thats beautiful, seamless, and oh so right?

Good design isn't magic. It's a recipe. To show you the steps, I’ve created a 5-minute video training.

In this video, I’ll walk you through the 5-step design process I used to create a new site for my client Faiven and show you how you can steal this process for your own site.

Want each step written out? Grab the free checklist below for all of the details!

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