Elaine Meszaros started designing websites back in the day when they could only have 256 colors and had to be hand-coded in HTML, uphill both ways, in a snowstorm, with wolves nipping at her heels! Elaine’s clients include authors, artists, manufacturers, unions, retail shops, therapists, speakers and everyone in-between.
Straight out of college (St. Norbert Class of ’99), Elaine was offered the glamorous position of junior toilet-paper pattern designer with a major paper company. Despite this heady offer, Elaine chose instead to strike out on her own. Her clients range from authors, professional speakers, manufacturing companies, therapists, community associations, farmers markets – and everyone in-between. She has dedicated her talents towards helping business owners create the websites their companies both need and want.
From the start, it was clear that many companies have no idea where to start in creating a site, what should be on it, or who their target audience is. Elaine published The Devil’s Advocate’s Guide to Planning Your Business Website , a accumulation of 16 years experience fielding questions of every type, and finding the answers to suit the needs of the clients.
Taking the time to decide the who, what, where, why and how of a website takes out the mystery and the stress of creating a site. Planning saves time, money, and a great deal of aggravation.