The Internet is Hard.
Hard to figure out, hard to manage, hard to keep up. So hard!
And even though that is what she said, you NEED to master it. The Internet, that is.
You- and/or your clients - need to grow your business, get those clients, funnel those sales, sell more, do better, be awesome (because hi, you ARE awesome).
We can help.
<again, just with the internet part>
Snark Studios is a small front-end development co, specializing in all-things-Wordpress.
We know that getting ideas from concept, to design, to actually looking right in your favorite browser (and your least favorite browser, plus your phone, don’t forget tablet, auntie’s phone, that new giant phone, and your TV) can be complicated.
But it doesn’t have to be difficult.
- A developer who won’t ghost you + always follows through.
- To make the web manageable for you + your clients.
- No BS.
- Nothing fancy you don’t really need.
- Everything good you do need.
For real. here's how:
Convert your beautifully designed mockups into an efficient, secure, accessible, and responsive website. Simple as that.
Like having a lawyer on retainer, only you can’t call me if you end up in jail, sorry. Just your web-related issues, updates, code changes, bug fixes, and such.
You are tired of GoDaddy’s confusing interface, worrying about security, backups, and honestly, like, what even IS hosting? Just let us handle it, mmk pumpkin?
It’s mostly just me here.
I’m Sara, founder, developer, user experience consultant, debugger, quality assurance tester, snarky commentator, and chieftess of Snark Studios.
I work solo a lot of the time, but I also have copy experts, video mavens, talented designers, and back-end developers in my pocket (but not in an illegal-mobster way) to give you the best project experience possible (see? it’s legit).
Bonus: get seriously serious about things
Get Serious is a thoughtful bi-weekly column about independence, finding balance (lol), and being boss for people who like sarcasm. It’s my special creative-outlet-jam that I like to spread on everyone’s biscuit. That sounds creepier than intended. Really, I just like to write about life shit and share it with people, aka YOU.
Find out if you like my jam on your biscuit (still a weird metaphor but I’m committed now):