What is it like to work with Supermega Design?
Our process is organized around three goals: Approved Estimate, Design Approval, and Launch.
From your first contact with me – by phone, by email, or via the contact form – my aim will be to get a clear sense of your goals, budget, and timeline. I'd be happy to offer a free consultation with you in-person. When I have a strong understanding of your project, I will share an hourly estimate with you, with the expectation that we will tweak it until you can approve it.
Once we have an approved estimate and a signed contract, it helps to have a design intake meeting, where I do a lot of listening. It will be helpful to see other sites in your market, other sites your audience tends to visit, as well as sites you just like.
After the design meeting, I'll either jump right in to design drafts, or we may need to review wireframe layouts first to organize your content. I usually present two design drafts in a static format in order to give you a sense of what the site could look and feel like. I expect to deliver at least one round of revisions, with the goal of earning design approval.
On a separate track from the design, we will work together to organize your content online and get any interactive functionality working. When your approved design has been coded, it will be applied to the development site, and tested in all of the most common browsers. When you are satisfied with the development site, we'll launch it.
After launch, we intend to have a long-term support relationship with you. We're happy to provide tech support as needed while your site is hosted on our servers. And when you are ready to expand your site, we can help you make that happen.
I have worked with David on multiple projects for a variety of clients and he has always been incredibly responsive. Among many fine qualities he brings to the table, he is able to gracefully walk the fine line of providing his own creative solution and taking client direction, with the result being an outstanding product that satisfies everyone.
As a marketing professional that supports small business, I have found Supermega Design to be invaluable to me and my clients. Supermega Design has exceptional support and both a creative and common sense approach to web design that has allowed my clients to build their brand without a high price tag.
Clear Focus Marketing, Inc.
David did a phenomenal job of working on our very specialized documentary film and social media outreach site while staying within an aggressive timeline and minimal budget. He continues to be a helpful resource as questions arise.
David has done websites for me for two Silicon Valley high-tech start-ups, both with an international client base. I consistently receive very positive feedback from all my clients on the websites, for being both innovative in design and easy to use.
CEO, Peppertree Engineering
David provided a very affordable and effective design process that took my site to a new level and has helped present my business to future clients exactly as I had hoped.
President, Meyer Consulting
David fulfilled our vision and marketing needs in creating our website; while providing the tools and ongoing support for us to manage it. We appreciate that David was able to work within our budget while still delivering a quality product and service.
Owner, The Craftsman
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About David Krewinghaus
David has been designing websites with Supermega Design since 2006. Before that, he worked as an art director for ad agencies in Minneapolis and New York City. In addition to being the designer on all of the projects you see here, he has created ads for clients ranging from Mercedes-Benz and Land Rover to Denorex and Western Union.
Building a website is a collaborative enterprise. Not only does David enjoy the collaboration with clients, he has had the pleasure of working with several talented web developers in the Twin Cities.
David tweets in the first person: @dvdkrwnghs