What should be on your photography website? We talk to Alex Vita, a website expert who specialises exclusively in websites for photographers. You’ll discover: whether you should be designing for mobile or desktop; what makes a website ugly, what fonts to use, your background colour, pixel dimensions, image curation, whether you should blog, and much more.
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I help photographers grow their photography business with a stellar web presence.
I either build websites for them – I have 10+ years of experience working on more than 300 websites for photographers from 23 countries – or I help and teach photographers how to improve their online business themselves through free educational content (articles, newsletter, resources) and personalized website reviews, SEO audits, and consulting calls.
- Template vs custom website
- Should we be designing for mobile or desktop?
- How can we make visiting a website better?
- What makes a website ugly?
- About me page
- Background colour
- Navigation menu
- Load times
- Pixel dimensions height and size
- Image curation
- How much of our work should we show?
- How many images?
- Do you need to rank on page 1 and pay for SEO
- How important is a niche in photography
- How important is blogging
Aussie Slang word of the week
Daggy/Dag: Uncool / not fashionable
Used in a sentence: Those tracky dacks/jeans/sneakers are so daggy.
It can also be slander or term of endearment.
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