Our process for designing a great website for you is simple: we listen. We meet and go over your goals and design a website that allows your business to flourish. We make sure that we understand your business and what your needs are. We focus on building relationships, not just a client-base.


Laptop-Keys came to us because they needed a highly customized shopping experience for their unique product. Early on, they realized that a shopping cart plugin would not given them the freedom to provide the best shopping experience for their customers.

After learning about their product offering, we designed a one-of-a-kind, intuitive process that allows the customer to make purchases in a format that makes sense. Additionally, we optimized their website to be found on search engines. Not only did traffic to their website increase, but the percentage of sales increased tremendously as a result of the customized navigation. They found that they had fewer exchange and refund requests as a result of a clearly defined shopping process.

For easier product management, we tailored a custom dashboard for them to easily modify their products to adapt to the ever-changing laptop market.


The founder of United Action Apparel had created a website on his own for free on popular platform. Unfortunately, he found it difficult to customize without the help of extra code, and he still wasn't seeing the results he wanted. He also didn't like the fees associated with adding his online store.

We took the design he had created and used it has a foundation for a website that is much easier to navigate. We helped him sort through his content to prioritize it, resulting in a clean website that demonstrates his mission clearly. We integrated our shopping cart, allowing him to sell without the high fees of his previous platform.


This is our second website for Ron. He approached us with the idea for a simple, elegant webpage where he could showcase a home he has for sale. We suggested a slideshow with a Ken Burns effect on each image. We also integrated a Google map to show the aerial view of the home. We included an optional slideshow so a user could look at the static images and it even responds to touch/swipe movements for those viewing on a tablet or phone.