I am an attorney and I am starting my own business, in which I will offer mediation services (an alternative to the courtroom). So, my thinking was that I needed these slick, professional themes to compete with – well – lawyers, who in my experience have either really cheesy websites or really classy ones. I prefer the latter.
So, having premises things, my question is whether or not Squarespace is a good fit for me. I see all the references to artists, designers, photographers, etc. Nothing about white collar professionals. So, what do you think. Any and all advice and suggestions are welcome.
In advance, thank you,
I think you could have a good site on Squarespace. Really it can be used for anything, it is just tailored design-wise a little more to artists, graphic designers, etc. But, they have some good looking themes and something like their Adirondack and Bedford templates could work well for a mediation/attorney service site. Ocoos is a solid option if you would be willing to pay Ocoos for their professional website build package, which would definitely look slick when they were done. Or, Weebly could be good too.
Hope that helps!
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