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  • 14 years in business
  • 15 hires on Thumbtack
Melvin Y.
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We were very pleased with Extraordinary Business Solutions-Mr. Sabir's work. He is very knowledgeable about website design and hosting. He is very professional. He helped us to think through several problems. If he had not been patient with us, we might have wasted thousands of dollars . EBS was timely in completing our job. And best of all, Extraordinary Business Solutions fit within our budget. Yes, we have recommended Mr. Sabir-EBS to other businesses and friends.

from 4 reviews
  • 7 years in business
Stephanie B.
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Rachel designed my wedding invitations! They were and are beautiful!

  • 9 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Tamra H.
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She was the perfect person for our elopement wedding me and my husband had. We had talked to other photographer along with her but just the first phone call we had made us feel comfortable having her be there for our big day. She had a great personality and it was fun having to spend the afternoon with her and she always had a variety of poses for us to try, and kept the mood lively. Overall, a professional who does great work but also keeps it fun. I highly recommend Ms. Crawford!

Ellison Belt
from 1 review
  • 22 years in business
Rae H.
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Ellison took an outdated website and gave it new life. He listened to our vision and made it come alive. His knowledge, creativity and patience made the project pain free. To our delight the site was completed ahead of schedule.


I am a freelance graphic and web designer. I am also a freelance photographer and freelancer marketer. I do not do any website programming.


Every day presents a new challenge and a new opportunity to help solve problems for clients.


Eight reasons why you need a website: 1. Your competition has a website If you are in direct competition with another company that has a website, they have a clear advantage, particularly if they are effectively marketing their website. 2. You're open 24/7 A website will allow your organization or business to be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A lot of people surf the World Wide Web at night when most businesses are closed. However, if you have a website they can locate, you are just as good as open. Is your competition open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week? 3. Deliver significant information More than ever before, people are turning away from traditional ways of searching for information and looking online. Yellow pages, directories, and printed materials are being used less. 4. Improve customer confidence and corporate image With a professional website, your business will encourage customer confidence and will significantly enhance your overall image. 5. Small businesses have higher revenue According to the Small Business Administration (SBA), small businesses that have websites are averaging $1.07 million per year in sales more than small businesses not online. That equates to 39% higher revenue. 6. 175 million people That's a lot of people. Actually, it's the number of Americans that regularly use the internet. Of those, 43.7 million use broadband.¹ Worldwide internet usage is one billion. 7. Establish more customers According to the Small Business Administration, 50% of Internet sales come from new clients. Having a website will greatly boost your customer reach no matter what service or product being offered by your company. Want new customers? Get a website! 8. Not just local – global Most small businesses are only able to market to their cities and surrounding areas. With a website, you can take your products, as well as services across the U.S. and around the world, if you prefer.


I design logos for personal, business, religious, and commercial use. I also do residential and recreational drafting.


We have more than 15 years of experience working with various Fortune 500 companies. We specialize in various work areas, such as the following: * Wireless engineering * Networking * Security * Computer repair * Photography * Graphic designing, etc. Please don't hesitate to contact us for any of your needs.

  • 4 years in business

My work is a one of a kind done with love and faith. I love my job because I get to be creative and meet different people.

  • 4 years in business

We are an award winning design team, working to give you a top of the line personal service at a reasonable costs. We view our clients as individuals -- our work is not a one size fits all. Our work is tailored to meet your needs. Every client is different and it is always a pleasure to meet new clients, learn about their business, create and bring projects to life for them that they can be proud of. We're proud of our work too! The bottom line is we love what we do --- creating beautiful projects for our clients --- so that they will love them too.

  • 22 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack

We extensively research our clients business industry as well as their special offerings against their competitors. Then we position our clients above their competitors by promoting their strengths and visually strengthening their areas that need further credibility. The challenge of new business types and digging deeper into many familiar industries we have dealings with for new insights and advancements. Also keeping in touch with the ever changing Internet.


I am a photographer and graphic designer. I love to capture precious moments and nature shots. I am a people person and problem solver.


My main interest is in illustration, but I have done a lot of work with advertising design and logo development. I have an AA in web design as well.

  • 5 years in business

I am a recent BFA graduate and freelance graphic designer who offers an array of print work, including logos and identity/branding, packaging, stationery, posters, etc. Small budgets don't have to hold you back from an awesome product. I have won multiple design awards with my recent projects and will work just as hard on your everyday project needs.


I am a multi-discipline artist with over 15 years of experience in commercial graphic designing, photography, both academic and journalistic writing, stage sound and lighting production, landscape design and general horticulture, CAD design, 3D modeling, architectural design and rendering, web page design, and all aspects of print journalism production. The wide variety of experiences my background allows me to provide a wide variety of creative and artistic services for a wide variety of clients.

  • 15 years in business

We are an inspired, energetic, and creative media management specialist with superior design, communication and marketing skills. With a fresh perspective and innovative, out-of-the-box thinking, we use our skills to define and clarify your business.


Education 1985-1987: completed bachelor's degree in graphic design at Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA. Specific areas of study include typography, layout, logo design and advertising campaign. 1982-1984: studied four semesters of commercial art at Mississippi State University, Starkville, MS. Completed courses in basic design, photography, fine arts and liberal arts. Capabilities Design concepts and problem-solving in visual communication. Skilled in coordinating imagery and verbal material to create unique, persuasive and marketable messages in advertising. Artistic abilities include logo design, creating animation, typographical treatments, layout, illustration, writing headlines and copywriting. Strong sense of spatial and color relationships, appropriation of design, and continuity in presentation. Experienced in Quark Xpress, Adobe CS4 Suite on Macintosh. skilled in all aspects of desktop publishing (scanning and altering graphics and photographs, adjusting formats, transferring files from email and the internet, importing files into page layout programs & outputting to various servers and printers). Work History June 2012 - present: Freelance graphic design: editorial design and production of The Man Mag, a Middle Tennessee publication for affluent men. Customer Service Advisor: Regal Auto Wash, involving sales and promotion of car care packages. Researching and archiving of digital images to be used in a catalog for Western Reflections, a decorative glass windows company. May 2011- June 2012: The Advertiser News - Spring Hill, TN. Graphic Artist. Responsible for editorial design and cover design for three local newspapers, as well as advertising design. Other responsibilities include the design of special sections, brochures and promotional material. June 1997 - May 2010: The Tennessean - Nashville, TN. Advertising Artist. Responsibilities include the design and production of advertisements and editorial content for print, online placement, special sections, promotional material and various events. Other duties involve coordinating and interfacing with sister publications within the company. Sept. 1994 - June 1997: freelance design for Saint Thomas Hospital and Bill Hudson & Associates - Nashville, TN, Adquick - Franklin, TN. Jobs include creating flow charts, designing brochures, posters, invitations and newspaper advertisements. May 1990 - Sept. 1994: Rome News-Tribune - Rome, GA. Assistant Art Director. Head of a three-person department primarily responsible for designing and writing copy for speculative newspaper advertisements. Other duties include designing covers for special sections and creating charts and graphics for editorial pieces. Recipient of 2nd place award in the annual Georgia Associated Press contest - graphics and illustration category.


Our work is specific to our customers needs. Some companies might try to force a client into a design or structure, but we try to ensure that each client gets a design that is perfect for their needs.

  • 1 hire on Thumbtack

I strive to make my designs as unique as possible, while not over complicating it. Sometimes the best design answers aren't that far off. I get to solve creative problems, creatively.


We make sites that are still being developed. We offer discounted website design. We also make SEO and logos. We cater to small businesses.

Q & A

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Why should you hire a web designer?

Your website is often the first thing your customers see when they’re searching for a business or service on the web. As the face of your organization, your website needs to be attractive and functional, offering the latest features that users now expect. To plan and design a site that both reflects your company’s mission and values and appeals to customers takes a professional web designer. While free online services can help people set up websites, web designers can provide a unique solution made specifically to meet customers’ personal or business needs.

Most web designers offer a wide variety of services to make your website aesthetically pleasing and easy to use. Modern web design must be mobile-friendly and scalable, capable of expanding to include a blog, social media sites, and even video streaming; web designers are experts at integrating various web technologies. They can build the site, add functionality, test it, launch it on a live server, and track and maintain its performance.

In addition to web design and graphic design, some web design providers also offer development and security services, including search engine optimization (SEO), social media marketing and management, logo design, site maintenance, domain registration and hosting, protection against malware, and digital marketing and content services.

What should you look for in a website designer?

A professional web designer creates the look and feel of your website, collaborating with you to choose colors, creating logos and other branding materials, establishing page layouts, and creating sample pages. An important part of web design is making sure the site is functional, meets your goals, and is easy for users to navigate. When you’re looking to hire a web designer, start by reviewing the person’s portfolio. Look for samples of work that match what you envision for your website, including experience building the types of pages or features you want. Make sure the web designer is familiar with your industry and understands both industry trends and web design trends — an old-fashioned or out-of-touch site will turn customers away rather than intrigue them.

Because web designers tend to work as freelancers on a project basis, they must be excellent communicators, willing to manage their own work, and available on your schedule. Some critical skills, such as working collaboratively and responding enthusiastically to feedback, aren’t core to good web design, but make working with a web designer much easier. Finally, look for a web designer who has cross-functional knowledge, such as understanding marketing and conversion rate optimization in addition to web design.

How much do web designers charge?

The average cost for hiring a web designer varies greatly depending on the scope of the work, which may range from building a site from scratch to rebranding an existing one, as well as the amount of content and graphics the designer will create. In general, the more complex the project, the more time the design agency will have to spend. Because web designers often work on an hourly basis, the longer the project, the higher the costs; you can count on the web designer spending at minimum 10 hours to create a very basic website with just a handful of pages with few elements. Prices also depend on the designer’s skill set, the process, and the company’s rates. In general, the national average cost for a basic website package starts at $500, but a customized website can cost as much as $2,000 or more. Here are typical average hourly rates, broken out by the complexity of the work:

  • Basic layout and user interface: $15-$40 per hour
  • Content management system design: $20-$50 per hour
  • Custom website design with custom code: $45-$75 per hour

What do you look for in a web design company?

The web design company you choose must be able to interpret your company’s mission and identity and turn it into an appealing website that connects with potential customers. They must help you reach your target audience and meet your business goals. A web design agency should have on staff both talented web designers, with fresh ideas and extensive technical and creative skills, and a marketing team that knows how to drive traffic to your site, encourage visitor engagement, and convert visitors into customers. Web designers should be able to build in search optimization and integrate your site with a content management system and e-commerce tools. Look, too, for a website design company that understands responsive design and can optimize your website for mobile devices and desktop browsers. The right web design company understand current design and website trends, has experience building sites in a variety of industries (not just yours), and has an expansive portfolio of live websites. Finally, don’t simply hire the cheapest bidder — in web design, as in all things, you get what you pay for.

How do you hire a web designer?

You’ve determined that the best way to create a professional, modern, mobile-friendly new website is to hire a professional web designer to build it. To hire the best person for the job — and to get the web design that best fits your company’s identity — it’s important to ask a few key questions:

  • What’s the scope of the work? Will the website be basic with just a few pages about your company, its services, and contact information? Or will it also have an e-commerce section for online shopping, a blog, or content for visitors to download? Before you hire a web designer, make sure you have a thorough, specific list of the components you must have the designer include in the web design.
  • What do you want your website to look like? Consider websites that are similar to the one you’d like to build, ideally in the same industry or serving similar types of customers. Build a set of examples of types of pages, design aspects, and website features that you can hand off to the web designer — the person you hire should have experience creating websites with the features you want. If they don’t have the right skill set, they’re not the right pro for you.
  • What’s the web designer’s start-to-finish process? What will the final deliverable be? Before you hire someone, make sure their availability works with your timeline and that their process meets your expectations. Most important is finding a web designer who will work collaboratively with you to create a successful online presence.
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