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Recommendations for kidlit website designers

Started by annalethia-ouchchy, February 25, 2024, 08:43 AM

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Does anyone have recommendations for reasonably priced web designers who have experience designing websites for children's book authors? I currently use Weebly but could switch if necessary. Thanks so much! :new


Donna Farrell designed my website, and she was great to work with! She's also an illustrator.

Mindy Alyse Weiss

I created my website on my own, but recently Molly helped me do a huge overhaul. She created some new graphics for me, and spent as much time as I needed to figure out the best customized colors and fonts for my post headers. She also cleaned up my top menu--people have been saying it's much easier to use now. She listened to everything I needed help with and did an amazing job.

I discovered Molly when Becca McMurdie gushed about her work on her author site:


I would recommend using Wix or Squarespace and trying to do it yourself, or get some help using these platforms. I used to design website with coding, but it's not worth financially for individuals.

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