Jennifer is a dyslexia tutor in Texas. She needed a tutor website design to showcase her dyslexia testing, therapy, and support services. A website is an important piece of the marketing puzzle for service-based businesses. Not only can the website attract online clients, but it can also be optimized for local connections.
Making a website was something I had no idea how to do; I just knew I needed one to generate business. Christi walked me through it, and never once made me feel ignorant for not understanding the new terminology or the way SEO works. Though we never spoke via telephone, she was always quick to answer emailed questions and provide guidance; she often made a personalized little video that answered my questions regarding my own design-in-progress. She was easy to work with, and though I needed more handholding than I expect her average client does, she helped me make a website I am proud of, and feel like I can adjust as needed. I am grateful to those who recommended her to me, and I recommend her to others.
Tutor Logo Design
Jennifer already had colors she loved, so I worked with those in the first header drafts.
Jennifer selected layout 3, but wanted to explore other color plates to be sure.
In the end, Jennifer opted to stick with her original colors. Then I provided a few coordinating round options.
Once she selected a layout, I sent a few different color arrangements.
Now Jennifer’s new brand design will serve as the foundation for marketing materials for her tutoring business.
Tutor Website Design
A tutor website design is a valuable marketing tool to attract online clients, but it can also be optimized for local connections. The homepage is designed to be informational and help direct users to key pages throughout the site.
The Service page highlights three different ways to work with Jennifer.
Jennifer’s simple About page provides more background information and builds her credibility with potential clients.
The FAQ and Resource page serves as another helpful resource for families who are navigating dyslexia.
Finally, a contact form in addition to contact information makes it easy for potential clients to get in touch.