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The average price of Web Designers in District of Columbia is $425

Compared to a national average of $500

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Hilman Design

We build websites that help you earn more and work less. Business owners, we know it…Running a business can be a headache, and your website can definitely soothe the pain, allowing you to focus on what matters the most like Growing Your Business. Request a free quote today

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What makes a great website?

If your website doesn’t help you earn more and work less, guess what…It isn't great and does just the opposite because getting a website comes with building and maintenance costs.

You don’t want to have a website that subtracts from your pocket and doesn’t add anything. You don’t want a website that increases your workload and doesn’t work for you. That means more expenses + more stress with no profits = A big no-no…

Your website should be like a productive and tireless employee who brings results and work 24/7 for your business even when you sleep. That’s what business owners desire, so we’ve put together the SMW (Sales and Manager Website) Method.

What questions might you ask a client when starting a new project?

1. What inspired you to need a website?

2. What problem do you solve for your audience/clients?

3. What's been keeping you awake at night as it pertains to your business right now?

4. What do you think is the biggest problem you need to solve in the next 90 days concerning your business activity?

5. How does this challenge show up in your life?

6. How do you think we can help?

What do you love most about your job?

Each business is unique and so is the challenge it has. What I love about my job is the creativity required to build a website that will attempt to solve each business's challenges.

What inspired you to start your own business?

I was working as a web design manager for an agency, but we faced a financial crisis when Covid hit.

I had to leave, and that's when I started working for myself. My employer, who was also my mentor then, has shown me everything I need to know to start working independently.

Why should our clients choose you?

I bring results by helping business owners earn more and work. You can read about a case study on my website how one of my clients increased her client base by 15% with no additional work.

I'm easy to work with, 6 years of experience, detailed oriented with problem-solving skills, and I will try my best to understand your client's challenges and provide a solution through a website that doesn't just look good, but help you earn more and work less.

I'm also a Google-certified project manager who knows how to manage website projects from A to Z. I work in a very organized manner to make sure the website meets the client's requirements.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

Yes, I can provide my services online. I have a set of tools that makes it easy to communicate with the client about the website project.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

I have learned how to use online tools like zoom for video calling, and Trello for project management. With that, we can safely work safely online.

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