When you go to a business meeting do you roll out of bed and head right out in your pyjamas or jogging pants? Or do you take a shower, do your hair, and dress to impress? This seems like a silly question right? Maybe not.
There is a big difference between having a website and having a great website. Great web design is not achieved by simply posting a collection of pretty pictures on your website. There are many nerdy folks out there who can slap together this and that and get a website online. But the work of a creative graphic designer working with an experienced web developer will result in a stunning visual design that gives your clients a smooth and seamless website visit. They will enjoy browsing your site, and that good audience experience will be much more satisfying.
A website visit may often be the first time someone experiences your organization’s brand. Customers are not the only ones checking you out online; don’t forget about future partners, industry peers, potential employees, or other stakeholders!
Angie Saltman, President
Angie is the founder of Saltmedia, and her vision has always been “Creating Success Online”. Alex & Angie Saltman are life and business partners and have married design, tech, and marketing together for the last 12 years. Angie is an Indigenous innovative leader who believes in supporting the local economy by hiring local, shopping local, and giving back to the community. Her friendly attitude makes working through any difficult issues much easier. She has 20 years’ experience in the technology and design fields and her specialties are team collaboration, leadership, internet, design, and client services. Angie holds a Diploma in IT and is currently working on her Plain Language Certificate from SFU to level up her visual and written communications. We’re not sure where she makes the time, but she’s been on the board of directors for the Canadian Mental Health Association-Alberta Northwest Region since 2010 and is currently sitting as Past President. She’s passionate about using her skills and voice to promote good mental health.
Fun fact: Angie has over 200 indoor plants between her home and office.