Your website won’t get the attention it deserves if it’s boring to look at, and hard to read.
Stanford University conducted a study which demonstrated a clear link between good design techniques and website credibility.
“Beautiful graphic design will not salvage a poorly functioning Web site. Yet, the study shows a clear link between solid design and site credibility.” –Stanford Credibility Project
When your site isn’t using the power of color, white space, formatting and fonts, you lose authority. More importantly, you lose prospects.
I’m here to tell you that even you can learn basic design techniques to make your content look attractive and easy to read.
I’m Pamela Wilson
I’m an award-winning graphic designer and marketing consultant, and I’ve helped businesses present their information in the best light for more than 25 years.
I’m the former Executive Vice President of Educational Content for Rainmaker Digital where I managed the Copyblogger blog.
The Big Brand System website was created to empower small business owners to build unforgettable brands that support a profitable online presence.
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