You would do the same, wouldn't you? And since I've always specialized in pure design, I had to find someone to convert my design into HTML. So I just use my network and was able to convince someone to program my site for €250.00 . A real bargain. I then started with the new, powerful website, got started and tried to get the business rolling. It also went quite well and I had a regular customer, a smaller agency from beautiful Tyrol (who really did a lot with me). So then I had some spare change and I thought: “Hey, make a 2nd version of the website, an even better one! I'm sure I'll get more customers that way.
Said and done. I bought myself time (totally stupid instead of completing the orders) and worked on the design of the new site for about a month . And it wasn't just a bit of tweaking in Photoshop. It was intense, it was REALLY hard work. But that would have been easy. Meanwhile, there were two Israel phone number list more hurdles I had to overcome: After I created the new design, I noticed that the thing is way too confusing. So get back to it and slim down. On top of that, an error occurred and the file was no longer readable - wow. With a bit of foxing, I was able to somehow straighten out the problem.
I would like to mention again that I lovingly designed all subpages (approx. 14 pieces) by hand, down to the smallest detail. How unnecessary! The order form in particular took a lot of time and effort. I just wanted it to be perfect. But for what? For whom? For nothing and nobody. Oh, the programming phase also lasted for weeks and this time I didn't get off so well - I had to fork out €967.50 . Oh, and of course I needed professional copywriting from a highly paid professional copywriter! Back then, I had absolutely no idea about advertising texts or copywriting.