We want your cover art to be the primary focus of your site. It isn't in your best interest to create an entirely unique set of imagery for your website. Why not? A year from now you may have new cover art which clashes with your exclusive web design. While a year can seem like a lifetime, if you're paying to redesign your site every year, that's going to get expensive.
Our solution: The art we make for your site will serve to showcase your covers and help brand your books, not pull attention away from your books. Here's a sample of the art we've made for author sites:
Daphne wanted her site to reflect fiction which is "just this side of literary." So we gave her some black and white line art that recalls New Yorker sketches.
Her cover art is sleek and well-branded already. So we gave her 3D images of her books appearing on phones and paperbacks. They add greater depth than a simple rectangular piece of cover art on a page, without taking the readers' eyes off her books.
Jennifer wanted to portray strong hockey branding across her site, so we chose cool-toned skates, rinks and stadium lights to keep the focus on hockey and her storylines.
Ski and snowboard heroes are unusual in romance, so getting some snow onto the series page alongside the cover art makes a solid impression.
3D Book art pops off the page, adding dimension and reminding readers at first glance that we are authors first and foremost.
Note: any art we provide will be legally sourced from stock sites, and we'll provide you with the details of that legal source so you'll feel confident about its origins.