Welcome to Kiss Chanel Designs! My name is Chanel Wright and I am a focus driven web developer that truly has a passion for coding, design and all things that are awesome. As a Brooklyn native a lot of my work reflects unique structure, efficiency, and a speedy outcome. I have a major crush on fonts, html & css. KissChanel.com was born in 2004 and used to be an outlet for my blogs and creative appetite. Now it’s sole purpose is to run my web design business and to showcase my work. I learned everything through tutorials, my fellow web design peers, and trial & error. I started taking my skill set more seriously towards the end of 2010 after a few people contacted me in need of a new website. It was then that I decided to not waste my talent and flip it into a profitable business! I have an investigative personality, so I get a thrill off of challenges. One of my favorites quotes is: “Accomplish everything without fear”. That is exactly what I am here to do!


What I would like most of all is for others to enjoy my work, inspire creativity and prove that anything is possible if you put your mind to it and have the drive to do so. I love to help people achieve their personal and business goals, which is why I decided to start up my own business. I am proficient in HTML/CSS, great knowledge of PHP, and a guru at WordPress themes. I pride myself in giving 100% satisfaction. My prices are affordable because I mainly want to help YOU achieve your goals without going broke doing so. You don’t have to be rich to have a rich website. You just need a passionate & skilled web designer to help you. Let me help you.


Why is it important to have a website: People generally prefer to do business with people they “know.” On your site you will give people the opportunity to get to know your business (and perhaps you) and feel more comfortable with you. Once this is established they will be more likely to want to do business with you as compared to the other, similar company whom they know nothing about.

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Glossary:

Html / CSS

HTML and CSS are two of the core technologies for building web pages. HTML provides the structure of the page, CSS the visual & aural layout, for a variety of devices.

Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop is the most popular program for creating and modifying images for the web. It is the #1 source for most web & graphic designers.

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CMS

CMS is Content Management System, which is a system which allows users with no knowledge of HTML or CSS to edit the content of an existing web page.
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WordPress

WordPress is the most popular CMS to use. It allows you to edit content as easily as editing an email. It’s that simple! WordPress also comes with premade templates to better showcase your site.

E-Commerce

Electronic commerce is a term for an online business. Many self-employed businesses use Ecommerce as a way to sell their products. Many use this platform to have an online store, aka “shopping cart”, to sell their products online instead of actually owning a physical store.

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Domain/Hosting

Domain names are URLs to identify a web page. Hosting is a service you need to keep your website running to store files, databases & images.
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What I Can Do For You

Domain Registration
Hosting Setup
Wordpress Installation
Wordpress Customizations
E-Commerce
HTML, CSS or PHP editing
Graphic Design/Logos
Twitter/Tumblr Background
Site Maintenance
Photo Retouching
YouTube Customizations
Google Adsense Integration
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Email Signatures
Twitter/Facebook Feed, Mailing List
Questionnaires/Contact Forms
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