Web Design Basics for Marketing
Your Website Represents Your Product, Service, Cause, Community and/or You
Do You have Site and/or Blog? Is This Working for You? Want to know the Benefits and Which App to Use for Your Dreams? If Yes, you are in the right place.
When I taught at UCLA and Santa Monica College, fees were more than 10 times higher! Still are!
- 85% or more judge your products, services, cause based on YOUR site
- Social media is limited and you don’t own it! Can disappear or become expensive!
- We examine various websites/blogs: what works, what does not work
- Make it easier and more pleasant for people to find and interact with you
- Discover the joy and benefits of an engaging, compelling web presence!
- It’s fun, easier and cheaper than you think
- You don’t have to be a techie
- How you present and organize info is as important as which software you use
- Become more confident designing content and visuals, whether DIY or outsource
- Success or Failure Often Starts and/or Ends @YOUR Site
- YOUR competition is doing it. If not now, when? Go for it. YOU are so worth it!
- Benefits of owning your own site
- Downside of trusting only others to create your site
- Other software
- Website basics
- Navigation Bar, with Home, Contact, Newsletter, Legal and other relevant info
- Back to top button
- The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the ePrivacy Directive
- Landing Pages
- Organize Content
- Use keywords, tags, categories or whatever the software provides for organizations
- For example, WordPress has Categories and Tags
- Search feature: useful for your viewers
- SERPs Search Engine Result Pages (one reason Google loves WordPress)
- Colors, Text and Images determine the mood
- Legal usage of Clip Art and Stock Photos
- What do you want people to feel?
- What will encourage people to take action?
“Thanks for all the advice and support re my site design issues. Very useful and more than my designer discussed or suggested.” ~ Ashley Cherry
“I think it is great that you are going the online teaching and coaching route. Your talents and skills will helpful to many!” ~ Jennifer Posner Lehner, The Front Row
“Jenny’s online photo class has been a fun and easy way to introduce myself further into the world of photography and get some amazing insights from one of the real talents. I would rate my course 10/10 for inspiration alone. Thank you Jenny!
Jenny has a great knack to make you look around and capture the mood either through manipulating manual settings or making the best of what you have at hand. I would recommend checking out these courses to anyone who wants to dream big and get inspired.
I actually sprayed that last flower with a spray bottle to get more interesting image like you did in one of the lessons in Photography for Branded Storytelling Images.” ~ Mark Heck, massage therapist
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“Jenny Lens was not just one of the few photographers chronicling the early punk scene in both North America and London, she was also one of the few women working in a very male-dominated field. Her life is pretty fascinating and made up of the three acts usually associated with characters in movies and novels.”
Patti Smith called me “the girl with the camera eye.” Shouted from LA’s Roxy stage, pointing to me, Nov 15, 1976.
Patti told me “She still dares other photographers to take better photos than I.” The Roxy, August 2002.
“Please investigate Punk Pioneers by photographer Jenny Lens, who captured the scene so perfectly.” Henry Rollins, LA Weekly
“The infamous Jenny Lens, supreme master of the punk rock photo.” ~ San Francisco Bay Guardian [And straight up rock too!]
“The was a time when Punk Rock was dangerous, man — in a cerebral way. And Jenny Lens was there to record it all.” ~ Garage Magazine
Jenny Lens, Punk Pioneer, when Punk Was Fun
Artistic Alchemist, Creative Instigator, Transformation Teacher, Punk Photographer and all that jazz
My mission is to remove fear and doubt, be inspiring and share the magic of art and tech.