A lot has changed in the past few months. We have gone through a business name change, rebranding, and now starting on a new business model.
GuavaWorks will still honor our clients with the same regard we always have. We treat each client individually, no cookie cutter websites built at GuavaWorks, guaranteed!
As we push through the last hurdle in moving forward to a brighter future, I have found the company at a crossroads with old methodology that used to work, but not so much anymore. What was a business run by an unemployed, starving, college student has turned into so much more. We are now receiving inquiries on a weekly basis for website design, redesigns, development, and even moving into custom web applications. As the clientele gets more sophisticated, mature, and advanced. So should GuavaWorks.
I want to step back for a second and look back at GuavaWorks, or what is GuavaWorks today. GuavaWorks is the new business that consumed (get it!? food?) both San Francisco Website Designs, and Los Angeles Website Designs. Uniting 2 geo-targeted areas into one. However, as I sit here contemplating the future, I realize that San Francisco Website Designs was not even the first “branding” I went through. No, in fact a now dead domain, roysdesigns.com was the original very first concoction of freelance hunger work from Roy Sivan. The play was Roy S, and Roy’s (I thought I was clever). Even simplewebdesignsolution.com became a possibility for a moment before San Francisco Website Designs took over.
So we come back to GuavaWorks, a few name changes, a few geo-location changes, and back to our company. A more mature company ready for what the future has to bring. In a world full of website design teams, designers, starving college students, and overseas outsourced teams, doesn’t it give you some piece of mind that we have been around for going on 8 years as a business? That may not be much, but its saying something.
Our new direction will stay with our old. Clients come first, strict deadlines, client management and transparency on all projects. Lastly, a team setup that is more mature, and more capable of handling higher-end clients. GuavaWorks is my graduation to a new level of website development, design, and doing business.