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Terry Williams
Website Designer Website Design

​Quite naturally, I design and build websites, and I'm also a small business owner.  I've been in Internet - Web Business since 1997, starting with BellSouth Internet, now  AT&T, and creating Website Design in 2005.

While at BellSouth Internet and through the years with, I've seen many small businesses struggle with their website, whether they tried to do it themselves or had someone else do the website, only to end up with a substandard website; completely bail on them, or had inadequate service.

One of the first questions that people ask is how much $$ would it be for their website.

A professionally done website is not an expense.  It's an investment is one's business.

Note:  I'm not the cheapest, nor am I the most expensive.


No two websites are alike.  Different type of businesses; a diversity of needs, goals, objectives; an assortment of images and branding.  A distinction in their line of work and market.

I'll take the time at the Consultation to find out more, and the fees are fair.

One of the next questions from prospective clients, is will I be the one building their website, or am I a sales rep, providing consultations and quotes. 


I do it all.  From the start to publication of the website, and beyond. 


I'm available to clients when it comes to their website, providing updates and maintenance, assistance, and more.​

I welcome phone calls and emails from prospective and existing clients, for more information and/or questions. 

Thank You for Stopping by Website Design!  I Very Much Appreciate It!

​Terry Williams, Founder

770-443-8796 //

Terry Williams

As a Website Designer, My Objective is to:

  • Get to know the business.

  • The goals and objectives of the client.

  • Understand  the market they serve.

  • Determine their brand, their identity.

  • Create and build a quality and professional website, that is tailored to the type of business that they have and the market they service.

  • Highlight their products and/or services

  • Translate these things to the Internet, for their business

As a Small Business Owner:

  • I understand the ups & downs with running a small business. 

  • I treat the client the way I would like to be treated.

  • The client knows their ideas, suggestions, and concerns are important to me.  

  • I listen.  I answer questions.  If I don't know the answer, I will find out.

  • I'm accessible.

  • I will prompting answer the telephone, and return phone calls the same business day, or the next business day.

  • I also respond to emails and texts, the same business day, or the next business day.

  • Clear and open in all communications with the client.

  • Keeping the client informed on what's going on with their website.

  • Being timely in all that I do.

  • Having the fairest fees - I'm not the most expensive website designer nor am I the cheapest.

More About Terry Williams

Atlanta / Georgia Music industry 

1986 - 1997

Prior to BellSouth - AT&T Internet, Terry Williams was very active in Atlanta's music industry, and had "hands on" marketing for artists - bands and special events.


​Just some of the areas Williams was involved with

include --


Worked with several artists in the genres of rock, country, jazz, and r&b.


President of the Georgia Music Industry Association

1991 – 1996


The Association produced several live shows, workshops, and networking opportunities.


Atlanta Chapter of the Recording Academy

Board of Governors, 1990 – 1996, including two years as Treasurer


The Academy is a professional organization and produces the Annual Grammy Awards.


The Chapter featured several seminars, workshops, networking, and professional development.


L-R: Isaac Hayes, Terry Williams, Sherry McCartney, Harry Warner, William Bell, Mike McCartney - circa early 1990's

Isaac Hayes, Terry Williams, Sherry McCartney, Harry Warner, William Bell, Mike McCartney BMI Broadcast Music Atlanta

L-R: Isaac Hayes, Terry Williams, Sherry McCartney, Harry Warner, William Bell, Mike McCartney - circa early 1990's

Advisory Council to the Georgia Senate Music Industry Committee

1990 - 1996

Atlanta County Music Hall of Fame – Inducted in 1998.

Chairman’s Award for Contributions to the Growth and Success of Georgia Music – Presented by Senator Nathan Dean, Chairman of the Georgia Senate Music Industry Committee - 1993


Worked with Several Productions in Metro Atlanta, for several years, including:


WSB-TV 4th of July Parade – handled live entertainment at Woodruff Park, on two stages


U.S. 10K Classic – Labor Day Weekend -  handled live entertainment on the Family Festival (Saturday & Sunday), and with live entertainment along Race Route, including Starting and Finish Line.

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