- The Game
- The Players
- Play Ball!
Your Website = Your Gameface
- In sports lingo, "put your game face on” means “focus on what you’re up to - NOW."
- Your game face shows your team-mates and opponents that you’re a pro, ready for action.
- If your web site is your online game face, it also conveys your focus and professionalism.
- A game face is hard to fake. You can look in someone's eyes and tell if they're on the level.
- Through your website, they can tell the same about you.
- Take your customers seriously. Get your Game Face on!
Think About It
You do a Google search. You click a link. If that page screams, "Amateur!" you go back, and click the next one down.
Your customers do the same.
You have one second:
- You need a spot-on message.
- You need to pitch it fast and straight.
That's where we come in.
We can help you focus your message. We provide the frame.
The Guy in the Booth
Watch any game on TV. You don't see the cameras all over the field, or the guy in the booth with his eye on the monitors, making split-second expert decisions — "This camera now! That one now!"
You don't think about that guy. What you see is the ball, the players, the action. Because he showed you where to look.
We're that guy.
We Know Our Business: Your Business
You know your business, your market, your message — how to play your game. And we know how to take it to the folks at home. Together, we can bring your game to your customers, and then bring your customers to you.
When you need to score, we help you hit it out of the park. We get you home with web design services.
You're the expert in your field. We're the expert in ours: we'll make sure your website communicates your expertise.
Master the S-words and get your gameface on!
What are the S-Words?
Ad folks know a few — 'sexy' ads, 'sticky' copy. But only Game Face Web Design has pulled all six together in one place! Small enough for the back of a business card, large enough for a web marketing course, the 'S-Words' are a handy punch-list for competitive web site design.
Not every site we make hits each word square — we follow our clients' priorities — but we won't let a site slide by without running it by these checkpoints. We find the six S-Words helpful bridges between clients' expertise and our own.