Josh Pitzalis

Josh Pitzalis - student project

Initial copy for landing page...

"You are here because you have an idea for a website that people will love.

If you are looking for someone that will listen to your idea, understand what needs to be done, and then suggest the best way to structure the website so that it is easy to use, reliable and cost-effective to build, then I can help.

As a designer and developer, I have a single purpose... I want to turn your idea into a simple, fast website that converts.

I build responsive, mobile-first websites to the latest web standards that work across browsers. This means you can use the application on mobile phones, tablets or a desktop.

I know it is not easy hiring a total stranger to do work on an idea that means a lot to you. There is clearly no shortage of developers out there promising the moon. To put your mind at ease, I offer a 100% money-back guarantee on every digital product delivered. If you're not utterly happy with the finished product, or if you think I missed the point in any way, I'll happily give you 100% of your money back without any hassle at the time of final delivery.

If you're looking to turn an idea into a gorgeous website, that is fast, and comes with the assurance of a 100% money-back guarantee, feel free to click the green "Contact Me" button. I look forward to hearing from you.

Till I get the site up, I put this on an Upwork page


1. How much does a simple website usually cost?

Depending on how complex you need the website to be, anywhere from $500-$5,000. I am happy to work on an hourly basis or on a project basis. I can provide an exact quote and timeframe for the project once I understanding the idea and what needs to be done.

2. Will you sign an NDA to protect my idea?


3. Once I tell you my idea then what happens?

After the initial conversation, I will draw out clear milestones for the project. At the very least, it will include the following five steps:

a) designing the screens so that you get the look at feel you want,

b) putting together a prototype so that you know the website work the way you want it to,

c) developing the front-end of the website (what you see),

d) developing the back end of the app (if there user accounts or if information is stored and manipulated in any way)

e) launching the application, setting up a server and transferring everything over to you I will check in with you at each stage and you have to option to get as involved as you would like.

Joshua Pitzalis

Web Developer