For you as a freelancer, solopreneur or owner of a small enterprise a strategically designed website could bring you more clients, enhance your reputation and save you time.
I can help you with this, because I have more than 22 years of experience as a designer and business strategy consultant.
As a freelancer, solopreneur or owner of a small enterprise you run your business successfully by selling your goods or services to your clients.
But how can you grow?
How to get and retain more clients?
How to perform better?
It has been shown that big companies that have fully absorbed the power of design perform better than their competitors.
You wonder if your business could be boosted by better design as well. And how so?
Let me show you.
What is more, if changing a text block or photo takes more than a few minutes or is even scary then chances are you won't do it.
Yes, there are tools such as Wordpress and Wix that allow anybody to build his or her own website, but simplicity comes at the price of limited possibilities.
You are the expert who knows your business and your clients best.
How to connect the two with verbal and non-verbal communication is another expertise, though.
Building a website around your business priorities requires strategic thinking as well as design expertise.
I am experienced as a designer as much as a strategy consultant.
At Meticulous Graphics, I bring it all together for you.
Let me be your guide on this journey towards exploiting the power of design.
“Meticulous indeed, personal and creative. Ulrich understood quickly what I had in mind, and created unique designs showcasing the strengths of my business. Completely satisfied.”
“I found Ulrich Sperling to be a proactive and dedicated team player. He readily took on the responsibility of designing our webpage and e-cookbook with enthusiasm, patience and creativity while meeting our demanding deadline from conception to completion in just 3 weeks!”
“For the first time since a long while I felt that someone created something especially for me. It felt like Christmas.”