Ozark Stream Photography

ozark stream photography

Meet the client

Ozark Stream Photography sells nature-inspired photographs and cards for people looking for beautiful nature-inspired cards and custom prints. They launched in 2004 and quickly gained supporters who want beautiful prints while also supporting the Missouri Stream Team Program.

What was needed:

Gail Rowley came to us looking for help to update her website and learn how to keep it properly maintained. The theme was built several years ago using pieced-together plugins and some old functionality. The load time was over 5 seconds, terribly slow for an uncomplicated e-commerce site.

Gail was having a hard time getting her beautiful images to display properly. Her customers were getting frustrated when checking out since the site was not designed for the customer checkout ease or mobile devices.

The before and after

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Our Solution

Rather than piecemeal changes, a solution that would certainly drive costs up, we decided to do a redesign so that the site would be mobile responsive, highlight the imagery that is the crux of the website, and make it easy for Gail to keep maintained and updated. We also wanted to get the performance time under the 3-second threshold.

In addition to the design change, Ozark Stream Photography set up a maintenance plan to concentrate on her photography and products instead of worrying about her website updates.

creates the kind of unique website I wanted

Lee Drozak is a brilliant Word Press website professional. Truthfully, she saved my website. First, she listened to me, and she was able to understand what my needs were. She cleaned up my site and it is now running much faster. She helped me create the kind of unique website I wanted. Furthermore, she created a set of video lessons for me to learn how to edit my own site successfully. Lee Drozak is a superbly skilled webmaster and a creative problem solver. I couldn’t be happier with my choice to work with Lee and WPSiteSuccess.

Final Thoughts

When having your website redesigned consider the customer first in your changes. Many clients have come to us worried about the visual aspects of the site when they needed to concentrate on the value to the customer and the message they are conveying.