Is your website hitting the mark? Read on to find out how you could win your own free website design.
October 14th, 2009
A website is the first port of call for anyone who needs to know about you, your business or organisation. However, it’s often the most neglected part of designing your brand.
This is where Picaholic comes in. The web design service is focussed on providing website solutions for the creative industry, allowing their members to easily produce a sophisticated and sleek online presence and get noticed.
The company, founded in 2006 by Almira Pizovic and Avishai Ungar, can have a whole flash website up and running in a matter of just 24 hours, which can be edited and configured by the user with basic computer skills.
“Creative people, no matter where they come from, have the same basic online needs – a website that foremost looks good, best portrays their work, is easy to edit themselves, search engine friendly and for an affordable price,” says Pizovic.
Recent works from Picaholic include local players such as Joe Gibara, image consultant for the Sunday Telegraph, property developers, Haben, jewellery design label Santos Wish, and food and interiors stylist, Geraldine Munoz.
For a low monthly subscription fee, Picaholic will find a website design to suit you, your needs and your audience, hosting the site for you on their servers.
“In recent years the US has always been a leader in Internet penetration with over 70% of its population being online. Australia is a close follower,” Pizovic says.
“The number of people who are starting businesses online in Australia, is increasing especially in these economic times when many have been retrenched and looking for work alternatives.”
Picaholic and indesignlive.com are giving you the chance to win your very own website from Picaholic. Simply answer below in 25 words or less why you need a new website. The five most creative answers will win a high-end flash website valued at $250*.
Visit the website for more infomation on Picaholic services.
*This includes your hosting and your first year’s subscription – the following year will be charged at normal rate.
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