Who else has one?
If you're a debut author, you've got a new book coming out, or you're an established author but your site needs a re-vamp get in touch.
As an author/ illustrator, I had clear design ideas on the look and feel like. I wasn’t sure if that'd be compatible with a designer who knows his trade so well. Jin quickly picked up on the need for me to work in draft form and refine the end result.Visit Anne's site →
Jin gets the job done, which is precisely what you want in a website designer. He listens carefully to what you want and then actions it. Jin even gave me a tutorial over the phone. I now feel capable of uploading blog posts and graphics which is no easy feat for a Luddite like me!Visit Marianne's site →
The most excruciating part of the process was the most productive — a questionnaire that Jin had me fill in before the commencement of any work. It left me with a clear idea of who I thought my target audience was and what I wanted from my website.Visit Karen's site →
Jin was not intimidated by the flood of information I sent him, and intuitively reflected my passions and interests in his design. He answered all my questions, no matter how foolish some of them must have sounded to him, in a patient and logical manner.Visit Stephen's site →
When I started searching for a website designer I felt daunted and a little lost. The result is a website that captures the essence of my style as writer. Jin has that rare quality in a designer – he listens.Visit Vikki's site →
I'm very happy with the service Jin provided, proud as can be of my lovely website and will happily recommend Jin & Co. to anyone looking for an excellent author website designer!Visit Glenda's site →
I was looking for a website designer to create a site that captured my personality and reflected the things I'm passionate about. Jin created a fun, attractive website and I found his working process to be straight forward but attentive to the client's needs and wants.Visit Betty's site →
I came to Jin & Co as a new author with a limited budget. I wanted a simple, attractive, accessible design with my book as the primary focus. I felt he understood what I was looking for and appreciated Jin's willingness to answer my many questions.Visit Rachael's site →
How does it work?
An author's website project is broken into three main phases, pre-production, production and post-production.
Week 1: Pre-Production
- We discuss your requirements and I plan the site
- I design a mockup of the look
- You review the design mockups and I make any requested changes
Week 2: Production
- I build the site
- I put in your site's content
- You review the constructed functioning site and I make any requested changes
Week 3: Post-Production
- We test the site to make sure everything works
- hook up your email
- do some basic training
- publish it live to the internet
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost?
How much it costs is totally up to you.
Even if it's just small for now, the best way to go from here is for you to establish some kind of budget and I can tailor a proposal to fit that budget.
We suggest a budget of $1,500.
How long does it take?
Typically 3 weeks in real time.
This includes roughly 4 days of actual production time, then add communication between us, time for you to prepare and collect content, time for you to make reviews of graphics or website construction, and me to make amendments based on the reviews.
So roughly 3 weeks.
What else can you get?
Every Professional Author Website comes with:
- Hosting - Online storage space for the site
- Domain Name (yoursite.com.au)
- Email Address - email@example.com
- Visitor statistics
Need more? Just ask.