William South, Entrepreneur
President and Founder Designwws.com
Design WWS has the expertise and the work ethic; we will together to find the perfect symmetry for completing the project at hand. I like to be creative and find what will work for you and your company.
I am a freelance web designer who is committed to making my clients feel like they got what they were looking for, my prices are fair, and my designs will portray your brand the way you have imagined.
I will dedicate myself to your project , and will help plan the site; we will assemble the perfect layout, and ensure everything goes smoothly. I am happy to handle all the hassles of launching and uploading the site and provide tutorials on how to make updates.
Design WWS can help develop websites that are contact management systems like WordPress, Squarespace, Shopify, and others or we can work to make you a custom solution. Whatever that is, we can help fit your needs
I started this company in August 2015 after working for my family’s retail store for over 20 years. During the time spent working with my family, I have gained extensive knowledge in all aspects of business. I developed the company website, developed 2 different Point of Sale Databases, ran the day-to-day business at the shop, managed employees, graphic design work , problem-solved, etc
What started out as a necessity for the family business (building the website), has become an adventurous and rewarding new career for me. The internet is an everyday evolving entity, and I enjoy learning everything it has to offer.
My wife April and I live in sunny South Florida with our daughters, Sophia and Olivia, and a “Hot” Dog named Harper. We enjoy spending time together as a family; boating, surfing, going to the movies, and visiting our favorite place Breckenridge, Colorado.
One of my favorite anagrams is “CANI” stands for Constant And Never-ending Improvement. It’s an acronym that Tony Robbins developed more than a decade ago and he was influenced by Dr. W. Edwards Deming. Dr. Deming is credited as one of the leaders who brought one of the first quality movements to the Japanese. His basic premise was that the secret to help the Japanese achieve world power and economic success was if every single person and organization commit to constant improvement.