Our Process

If you can see it, we can create it. Our team of designers work together seamlessly to bring your vision to life. Your website goals are important to us, and we strive to create just the right design for your needs. We specialize in small business web design. Finding the right solutions for each project is our priority. Do you have an existing WordPress site that needs a refresh? We can help! Or are you starting from scratch and don’t know where to begin? Whether you feel tech savvy or feel like a newbie, we can help you at your level, at your pace, and we won’t make you feel stupid. Our goal is to give you a great website that you can manage easily that will help your business grow.


Your wish is our command! We plan everything according to the goals that you establish and the type of audience you are targeting. What is your brand’s mission? Our mission is to help researchers, businesses, and organizations collect the data they need so they can make informed decisions. Call us optimists, but we believe that we can make the world a better place. We strive to make our customers happy by giving them the data they need to affect positive change. Making our customers happy makes us happy. It’s a win-win situation.


Think about color. Think about the feel you want to achieve and emotions you wish to elicit. Your design should embody the personality and character of your brand. Everything has a brand; even if you don’t sell a product or service — for example, if you run a blog — your website still has a certain feel that makes an impression on your visitors.


We specialize in affordable web solutions anywhere from small business and corporate informational website, WordPress and content management system (CMS), eCommerce to search engine optimization (SEO). To succeed, the website must make the best use of the very limited amount of attention visitors will be giving it by not only informing but educating them about what your product does, and selling the benefits it provides.


You can always make improvements, and the very nature of a website will allow you to introduce these at any time. This is because a website isn’t a magazine that you print and sell: once a magazine copy is out of your hands, you cannot make any changes or fix any spelling mistakes or errors. A website, however, sits on your server: if you find a mistake, you can fix it right away. In the same vein, you can introduce gradual improvements and updates to make your website more effective in serving its function.