This guide offers some professional shortcuts and insider tips to building beautiful websites on Squarespace.
Tom Locke is the founder of UK Squarespace design studio Noughts & Ones and has been building Squarespace websites for over five years. His approach to client management is built on working with clients, not for them. In this Q&A, Tom covers his best practices for holistic client management, from pitching and onboarding to building and handoff.
This guide consolidates key information about Squarespace templates, including terminology, comparison charts, and selection tips so you can do your best work on Squarespace.
Circle members use Squarespace as the go-to web publishing tool for their clients. Meet a few, and hear why Squarespace is the best platform for them.
This guide provides advice on handing finalized websites over to clients. It addresses topics including site management, billing, domains, Block configurations, and Squarespace mobile app recommendations.
The proof is in the portfolio.
The best way for a prospective client to understand the value you can bring to their business is by seeing work you’ve already done. Create a simple case study and learn how it can win you new business with this guide.
This guide is designed to walk you through the process of building out a website. You'll learn how to make an outline, choose a template, and add content and finishing touches.
Meet Squarespace Email Campaigns, a tool to improve engagement with your clients’ websites through beautifully branded email layouts. To help you become an Email Campaigns expert, we put together this exclusive guide with all the essentials.
Learn how narrowing the focus of your business articulates your value and makes you discoverable to clients in this quick guide.
In this guide, we’ll cover a few key practices to creating a lead machine for a your web design practice.
This guide will help you educate your clients about the benefits of Squarespace, pitch your services as a design professional, and address common questions and objections.