Want to get your website up and running on Squarespace but need a little guidance?
This workshop is perfect for you. We will walk you through setting your website on Squarespace from beginning to end.
The session is practical and hands on, so to get the most from the session, you should bring along your laptop, as well as content and images that you want to use on your website.
- Hands on walk through of selecting templates, creating your pages and navigation
- A walk through of the design setting to tailor your site to your look and feel
- How to use galleries for your images to best effect
- SEO elements to pay attention to
- Creating a form
- Making your site live.
The workshop runs for four hours and morning tea is included as part of the workshop.
This event is being held in partnership with Nillumbik Tourism and Business.
Diamond Creek Living and Learning Centre, 119 Cowin St, Diamond Creek (see map below)
Thursday 24th May, 9am - 3pm.
Squarespace is a web builder that makes it super easy to create a beautiful and tailored website, with the need of a web developer. It gives you complete control over the content and look and feel as your business grows and changes.
It is the best performing of all of the Website builders, with good SEO credentials and entirely mobile responsive. These are two very important features you should consider when selecting a website platform.
About your workshop presenter
Kirri Romero is a digital strategist, with over 20 years of experience working in all facets of online, creating successful online experiences working in a variety of industries, from finance to education, food, fashion and health industries.
Her focus is on the practicalities, while ensuring enough of the why is included, so you can master online for yourself. She spends her time creating online experiences for businesses and showing people how to craft and control online for their business to great effect.
She is a self-confessed crusader for small business, believing it the antidote to big business domination.
119 Cowin St, Diamond Creek, Living & Learning Centre.