Affordable Website Maintenance & Revision
for professional artists and craftspeople
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Are you a professional artist or craftsperson who is having trouble keeping your website up-to-date?

Perhaps your original designer no longer replies to your emails, or more likely, they have moved onto another field of endeavor. Or, had you originally asked a friend or relative to create a site for you, and now they are too busy to make any changes? You are not alone.

Since 1997 the Contois Reynolds Studio has been maintaining the websites of our own clients, and, we have taken over numerous sites for others after they found their original designers were unresponsive ~ this is far more common than you might imagine.

Our many years exhibiting at juried art shows taught us a valuable lesson when it came to selling on the internet ~ a successful website will share many of the best qualities of a successful booth. That is, it should be uncluttered; the work itself should be front & center; your pieces should be beautifully presented; everything should be easy to find; any text should be concise & informative; and when it's time for a customer to make a purchase, they should be able to do that quickly & securely. That is known as the "classic" style of webpage design, which is exactly what we do.

Whether you are in need of a website revitalization, or only require an occasional simple updating, [get in touch] with us and at no obligation we'll discuss your plans. You'll have the peace of mind in knowing that we remain available to help out whenever the need arises, so you can spend your time doing what you do best ~ creating your artwork!

~ Steve Reynolds and Ann Contois
Founders... JOLAF.com and ElectronicCottage.com
   
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