Check out some sites we built for our artist clients.
Is your website user-unfriendly and expensive to maintain?
Are you embarrassed to show your website to collectors and galleries?
Can you never get a hold of your IT person?
We will build you a site that you'll love.
We will design and build you a crisp and clean, responsive website on squarespace.com, a user-friendly website platform with beautiful templates and great in-built SEO capabilities (that means no expensive coding required!). Squarespace sites look really good on mobile devices such as iPhones and iPads. Our design will include a blog, a store (if you like) and easy to navigate galleries that will help you display and sell your artworks.
We will obtain your domain name and link it to your site. We will also link your social media, email marketing and email accounts to your website so that everything runs smoothly from day 1! We will set up a Google Analytics account for you and link this to your site, so that you can keep track of your traffic (the number of visitors to your website and how they find you). We will optimize your site for SEO purposes.
Our fee of $499 includes 10 web pages. For any additional pages/ galleries we charge $25 per page.
Read what Katapult client Robert Hooke had to say:
Through contact with their website I became aware of Annelien Bruins, her company Katapult, and the consultancy services it offered to artists. Although I have a long exhibition history at galleries in Europe, the US and elsewhere, my knowledge of social media use in the art world was below zero. I arranged an introductory consultation with Annelien and she quickly mapped out a plan to bring me into the "real world". She set up a new website for me and interfaced it with social media tools like Facebook and Instagram. She also explained the advantages of regular use of these tools to keep existing and future clients aware of my new work, planned shows, reviews etc. I think that Annelien's program combined with my regular exhibition schedule will provide a more structured approach to creating additional recognition and appreciation of my work. Robert Hooke, Sculptor, Hamptons, NY.