Is your marketing website looking a little… neglected? Maybe the design or copy on your website isn’t right, but you can’t quite put your finger on why? Or maybe you just need a fresh pair of eyes and an honest appraisal?
For 15 years I’ve worked with clients like Google, Topshop and Guggenheim to design and build websites — and I’d love to help improve your website too.
Galvanise was created with one task in mind: to help you figure out what isn’t working about your current website, and how to fix it.
First we’ll spend 30 minutes on Skype reviewing your website (up to three key pages) and your business objectives.
Then I’ll create a written report with at least 1,000 words of actionable advice on improving your website, with analysis of its design, copywriting and SEO.
Lastly, you’ll receive a list of at least twelve “no-brainers” — things you can change right away to improve your website, from the labels on buttons, to inconsistent design elements, to layout and content suggestions.
If you want an easy-to-follow, tailored report that will guide you to a better website, you’re in the right place.
If you’re not happy with my work for any reason, Galvanise comes with an unconditional money-back guarantee.
Feedback from recent clients:
"Wow! Superb. So many great ideas, it's exciting because we can improve so much. To have everything distilled into one place is awesome."
—Nick Hussey, Vulpine
"Sometimes when you work with something everyday, you can't see the forest for the trees — Galvanise gave us an expert outside analysis of how our website was and wasn't working. (The SEO overview was an unexpected bonus too… it's not something I'd thought of working on before, even knowing that most people find us via search). James really thought about our business; his suggestions were straightforward and easy to implement, and passionate about the work we do."
—Jenni Gwiazdowski, London Bike Kitchen
Since 2003, I’ve worked as a digital designer with fashion clients like Whistles, Topshop and Mackintosh, with art institutions like Tate, Guggenheim and Astrup Fearnley, as well as cycling brands like Vulpine and Saffron Frameworks.
My writing on this blog and as CycleLove has given me a unique understanding of content strategy — that is to say, how to create highly engaging content that attracts the right kind of eyeballs to your website.
Firstly, thank you for reading this far.
Please drop me a line with your question and I’ll be in touch as soon as I can.