Amy Balentine built a website for her dad’s barber shop as a Father’s Day gift and found a simple website builder that worked across generations.
After recently moving back to Kansas City from San Francisco, Amy Balentine was thinking about a father’s day gift for her dad.
“I just started to think I should do a website for him,” Amy recently told us in a phone conversation.
Amy’s dad George is the owner of the Harvester Barber Shop in Saint Charles, Missouri. After working at the shop in the mid 60′s, he bought it a few years later and has owned it ever since.
“My dad is 70 and being that he’s a barber, he really doesn’t have much use for email,” she said. “He doesn’t have an iPhone or a Facebook account. He wasn’t very familiar with Yelp. He didn’t need a whole bunch of links or features. I had to explain to him that this is like a digital form of a billboard or newspaper ad.”
Here’s the rest of our conversation about how she used Onepager to bring her Dad’s business online.