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Your Website is Your Online Home 

We design custom websites based on the unique goals of our clients.  Before we can begin to design the site, we will do a full assessment of your company’s needs and objectives.  Once we understand the nuances of your business we can move forward into the design phase. 


Whether we're designing a new site or a redesign of your existing one, a professionally designed website is critical to your business success.  A recent study showed visitors judge a websites value in less than 7 seconds.  94% of the evaluation was based on visual appeal and only 6% of the feedback was about the actual content. Visual appeal and website navigation had the biggest influence on people’s first impressions of the site and whether they stayed on the site.


We build visually stunning websites, tailored to reflect your professional image to draw visitors further into your site and through to conversion.

Our websites offer the following features:


  • Database integration

  • Content management system

  • Social media integration (Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, etc.)

  • Mobile version (iPhone, Android, tablets and other mobile devices)

  • Multimedia: Sound & video

  • E-Commerce for goods and services

  • Accept payment or donations online

  • Site search

  • Password-protected areas for members or employees

  • Data collection - forms 

  • Photo slideshows

  • Custom calculators 

  • And lots more


Recent Website Projects

Website Design Portfolio

Is your website ADA Compliant?

When it comes to ADA website compliance, there are no clear rules. That doesn't let businesses off the hook, though; they still must provide an accessible website that accommodates users with disabilities.

Here are some common ways businesses address accessibility issues associated with their web content:

  • Create alt tags for all images, videos and audio files: Alt tags allow users with disabilities to read or hear alternative descriptions of content they might not otherwise be able to view. Alt tags describe the object itself and, generally, the purpose it serves on the site.

  • Create text transcripts for video and audio content: Text transcripts help hearing-impaired users understand content that would otherwise be inaccessible to them.

  • Identify the site's language in header code: Making it clear what language the site should be read in helps users who utilize text readers. 

  • Create a consistent, organized layout: Menus, links and buttons should be organized in such a way that they are clearly delineated from one another and are easily navigated throughout the entire site.

  • Use WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) to ensure that it has a color contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1. This ensures that viewers who cannot see the full color spectrum are able to read the text.


We can check your site's accessibility.  Contact us.

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