WEB105 » 01) Find a Client

You need to find and choose a find a (mock) Client to complete your assignments in the WEB105 class. This (mock) Client you pick will be your selected website project for each of the assignments in this class. I suggest that the (mock) Client you choose be someone you know as you will need to have access to interview them.

Ideal candidates may include a friend or family member who:

  • owns their own small business (e.g. an uncle with a restaurant)
  • dreams of starting their own business and has a conceptual business model (e.g. someone who wants to start their own yoga studio)
  • works as a manager at a business or knows a business model well (e.g. your barista manager friend who hates their cafe’s website)

This Client that you choose will be the source for your assignments in WEB105. You will also potentially use this same (mock) Client website project as your WEB200 project when you take that class.


  • Write down the name of your Client, the URL (if possible) and a brief description of the business.
  • Post a link to this assignment in the comments section below AND print this out and turn it in according to the class Schedule (Fall) or Schedule (Winter).

This portion of the Premium Design Works website is written by Mike Sinkula for the Web Design & Development students at Seattle Central College and the Human Centered Design & Engineering students at the University of Washington.


  1. Kim King Calkins says:

    Hey Mike, I forgot to give you the printed version of this. I will give you that on Tuesday. ;)


  2. Hello Mike!

    Here is the link to the information page about my client:


  3. My client is Jack Pringle, director and head conductor of the Gateway Concert Band located in Enumclaw, WA. He needs a new look for his website: http://www.gatewayconcertband.org/. The band is a non-profit, volunteer based groups that schedules ensemble performances during seasonal months and holidays. They are alway trying to attract new recruits, while simultaneously trying to sell their self-recorded cds and raise donations.

  4. Amy Maker says:

    I will be building a web page for Hangman’s Acre a bunch of thugs that travel to Renaissance Faires in the Northwest. Client, Joshua Maker.

  5. Ron Nims says:

    My client is Mary Clark, she owns a used bookstore in West Seattle, Merryweather Books. This will be a new website for her business.

  6. Anna Wong says:

    My Client is an artist Elske Finnoe

  7. I will be doing a total redesign for a small PC/Mac repair service. They need some social integration, client space, logo.


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