Everyone Needs A Website

Why, you ask? Whether you're selling scones, releasing an album, or trying to add some professionalism to your brand, a website can help you in so many ways. What kind of ways, you ask? Let's talk about it! Or scroll down to learn more.


Evan Lemmons

Web Developer ● Musician

I wear colorful socks.

Proficiencies

YOUR DIGITAL BUSINESS CARD

Your website can act as a point of contact for your clients to learn a little bit about you. Add in slick design,  something to showcase your credibility and you're good to go!

We'll go through the brainstorming process together and get your information to the masses in the most attractive and efficient way possible.

 
Evan helped us communicate our message clearly, answered all our questions, and gave us a beautiful website that reflects our style and brand.
— Anisa Darnell, truthandco.co
Awesome to work with. Evan listened and addressed all of our needs, was very creative and got us up and running very quickly!
— Jenny Papevies, sathome.com
Incredible dude, incredible talent. And he will make you look REAL good. I loved working together with Evan – he has great ideas and is super knowledgable.
— Trey McKnight, treymcknight.com
 

Your Online Portfolio

Showcase your art, event, or products in style with a website that looks great no matter what device you're using. Let your fans or potential clients see what you're really capable of!

 
 

Your Voice

People use blogs for all kinds of things, from voicing their opinions, to posting recipes, to keeping people up to date on fashion or sales in their store. No matter the topic, when you post dynamic, unique, and substantial content to your site Google learns to prioritize you making your site is easier to find.

My personal blog ranges from music to family to web design. While it's great for businesses, blogging also proves to be pretty therapeutic.

Start The Conversation

A website can be anything you want.
Let's talk about where your's is headed.