Building Since 2000
A lot has changed since we built our first website two decades ago. Coding and web development used to seem like magic. Just getting online was a big deal – "If you build it, they will come," was the mantra. No more.
Websites are now a dime a dozen. It takes very little to create an online presence–your nephew can get you up and running on an iPad in 10 minutes. The challenge now is creating an intuitive user experience along with content that captures your audience's attention. So far, this skill cannot be replicated by robots or amateurs.
Important things to consider when building a new website are:
Who Do We Build For?
The majority of our customers are small business owners. Mechanics, electricians, framing companies, general contractors, and real estate agents. These people are looking a professional web presence – a sleek portfolio to showcase their work to customers and legitimize their business.
Artists, Musicians, Authors, and Athletes
We also have a tremendous background of working within the entertainment industry. We love to build e-commerce sites that help creative minds sell their art, music, and books. We're passionate about showcasing your talent to sponsors and agents. It's important to interact with fans and keep your tour dates and event calendars updated. Combine your new website with an online marketing plan, social networking, and email campaigns to engage all avenues of the web and reap the full benefits of your efforts.