Listen . Design . Build

We Get You On The Web

One Click Away

You're probably just one click away from your next customer, not 50, 100, or a thousand miles away. We want your customer's next click to be for you.



What Will We Do

We can help you with your web design needs to keep your information up to date for your customers. Let's start by discussing your business development plan.
Help You Sell Your Services

Help You Sell Your Services

Our website design will help you sell your services or products. Our user-friendly platform will showcase your offerings and connect you with potential customers. We will make the website easy to navigate. Information about your services or products will be clear and easily understood.  Our driving goal is for you to attract more customers and generate revenue.

Make Your Website Visible to Many
Make Your Website Visible to Many

Our website design will generate a significant following on the Internet. With a visually appealing layout, easy navigation, and engaging content, we aim to attract and retain visitors. We will optimize for mobile devices because that's where most website traffic starts. Our "calls to action" will motivate customers and others to seek out your products and services.

Let You Control Your Content

Let You Control Your Content

Our website design will have a user-friendly interface that allows you to easily update and edit the content on a regular basis.
Keep Your Website Current
Keep Your Website Current

When we build your website, we stay with you in support. On the technical end, we keep the website code up-to-date. We provide a baseline of free service each month to help you keep your content current. If you require a lot of changes, our hourly rate is among the lowest you'll find. We have your back!


How We Design Your Website

How are you providing information and services to your customers/clients now? 

  • What is the purpose of the website? 
  • What will your intended audience do? 
  • What people will use the website? Where are they located? How many users do you expect to attract?
  • What information will you publish?
  • Startup Budget. How much will you spend to create and launch the website?
  • Website hosting. What is your budget? A small website with a few visitors is inexpensive. A large website with many visitors requires much more capacity and expense.
  • Maintenance Budget. How much will you spend for maintenance? How often do you expect to update or change the site?
  • Advertising. Will you pay fees to promote your website? Google Adwords? Facebook ads?
  • Trademarks. Do you have any trademarks that will need to be used on your website? Is there a potential problem with another site with a similar domain name?
  • Website Name. Do you already have a domain name? If so, does it work well-not all domain names do. If not, what information should your website name convey to search engines and users?
  • Logo. Do you have a logo? Are you interested in obtaining a logo? Do you know a good graphics artist?
  • Competitors. What other websites are important to your success? Who are your competitors, and what is their website's address?
  • Look and Feel. Have you seen a feature on another website that you would like to incorporate into your website? If so, where?
  • Users. Who will use the site and why? In a sentence of no more than 25 words, how would you best describe your products/services to a potential customer?
  • Example Websites. What are the web addresses of some websites that might serve as models?
  • Partner Websites. What sites will help you by having links that direct their customers to you? Who will you refer customers to? What services are related to yours?
Do you want a 
  • Calendar
  • User Comments
  • Shopping cart
  • Blogging tool
  • Photo gallery
  • Real Estate tools
  • Appointments scheduling
  • Connections with social media, e.g. Facebook
  • (There are hundreds of tools that plug into Joomla.)
  • Information. What information do your website users need and expect from you? How do you know?
  • Services. What will the website do for your website users? Will this require special programming? Can off-the-shelf products or components be used in the website?
  • Content Development. How will you create the information? How will you use the information your users send you?
  • Site Promotion. Will you use pay per click advertising? Are you planning to use outside companies to submit your site to search engines? Plan to promote your website
  • Timeline. How quickly do you want your website to be operational?
  • Contact. Who will be the main contact in your business for the website?

Chances are that the moment you released your state-of-the-art website that you realized that it was already out of date.

  • Someone released a new component or module that did something better than what you included in your design.
  • Something in your product line changed.
  • You changed some of your services.
  • Your competition made a change, and you must react.
  • (Heaven forbid) You found an error.
  • (More likely) You found something you need to improve.

The worst thing you can do is nothing.

Build your fixes and update processes into your plan.
  • Simple mistakes. Edit the article or data in the tool you're using.  That's easy enough, but do it before you lose credibility.
  • Updates. With Joomla, most of the system updates are as easy as a click of the button. But, you (or your administrator) must click the button to upgrade.
  • Tool Replacement. If you need to change out a module, it's not difficult to uninstall an old one and install a new one, but if you're dealing with a tool that manages its own set of data, you'll need to account for rebuilding your data.

Hickman County Public Library.

This is a single page design made especially for mobile phones where people expect to scroll rather than jump from page to page.

I trained the library staff to operate the website and keep it current. I rarely have to do anything because they can do it all.

We Use Joomla. The Best Content Management System

We use Joomla because it is a modern content management system. You control when something is published, when it is removed, who can authorize it, and how you can archive the files for records security. If you or your employees can use a word processor, you can manage the website or we'll do it for you if you like. It is a robust system that can support any kind of website design need.