Web Design

Your website is the front door and lobby of your online business. You really only get to make a good first impression once. This is where a good webpage design comes in.  No matter how great your website design is, it has to be able to bring in customers. The search engines are vital to that process. We work very hard to help you drive traffic through methods of proven web site optimization and design.

There are many free or low cost web design places on the Internet today that utilize cookie cutter technology making it easy to get a web site up and going. However, they lack some key features needed for a quality website that will show up on the search engines.

If your website looks like a free site or doesn't respond well to mobile users,  you are shouting to your visitors that you are not professional and you do not care about quality. That is the main problem with inexperienced people creating their own web sites. Only those who have really invested the time to build experience can routinely produce an improved website that meets professional standards.

On the other hand, when you have a totally professional looking website layout, you are giving your visitors the perception that you have given meticulous attention to every detail and you care about professionalism. You are organised, focused, and you really mean business. You are there to give them value and help them improve their lives. They can trust you.

Your website is the front door and lobby of your online business.

A web design should integrate with the overall marketing strategy of your business. Your logo and design should be reflected in elements of your website design. One of the first items we ask about when working with a new client is their logo and company color scheme.  Sometimes that is an area that needs help first. We can then refer you to a graphic artist.

Learn more about web design for your business.


Trouble showing up in the search engines? We can help with that too!


Key Tip:

Do your homework ahead of time and know what you want.

Surf the Internet and discover for yourself what you most like in your favorite sites. While you want to know what your competitor is doing, don't feel limited to designs they may be using, especially if it's not your style. Look for other sites in other parts of the country with similiar businesses.  Keep a list of your favorites and share those with your designer.