Four More Small Business Website Makeovers 2018

By December 5, 20182018 Website Wrap Up, New Sites

Last post I shared 4 of my small business makeovers of 2018 — websites that I designed years ago that got a total facelift this year! Guess what? I have four more!

Check out before and afters below. Ready for your own brand spanking new website, or a makeover of a current site? Send us a message!

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Sweet Tea Weddings

We first created a website for Sweet Tea Weddings in 2014. For 2018, a rebranding was in order, as well as some new organization and a mobile-friendly design. Click here to visit the site.


Laura McDowell-Salcedo

Laura is an Austin-based psychotherapist for whom I first created a website in 2012. Six years later, we redesigned and rebuilt her site from scratch with an updated look that works great on all devices! Visit the site here.



Jill Wiseman Designs

I created a pair of sites for beading designer Jill Wiseman back in 2013. We have tweaked them over the years, eventually combining them into one site, and then this year, a total overhaul! She needed an updated ecommerce experience and a cleaner overall look, all mobile and Google friendly. View the site here.


Lamar & Associates

We originally created a site for CPA Barbara Lamar back in 2013, and it was time for a makeover! The new site is mobile responsive and better reflects where their business is today.



Stay tuned for posts featuring author and small business websites for new clients this year! You can also read about my Author Website makeovers of 2018!

I would LOVE to see your site featured here this time next year!! Contact us for a quote on a custom-designed website!

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Author Jenny

Jenny founded Websy Daisy way back in 2004, when she saw that there was a real need for custom web design for small businesses and small budgets. She has been working as a web designer and graphic designer for more than 15 years, and has created hundreds of web sites for entrepreneurs, authors, small businesses, artists, designers, and business professionals.

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