We are very conscious about our clients time and hard earned money, so we follow a strict set of policies and beliefs. If one of our designers has a question, we aren't afraid to ask it or do a little research to find our answers. As our client, you won't finish paying for your project until you are completely satisfied with how it looks and feels.
Even if you decide not to use our company for an SEO campaign, you can be assured that the site will be built on a very strong foundation. We label every link, picture, and file with relevant text, and make the site as accessible to the visually impaired as we can.
If you have a company that you really want to use, but they don't offer some of the services you need - we will gladly work together with the company of your choice to create your winning product. If your choice company will provide everything except SEO - we will consult them on the development of the website and how to structure it properly the first time so it doesn't create a lot of expensive re-engineering down the road.
With your permission, we would like to add your project to our portfolio upon completion - as a permanent link with a description of your services. As our pagerank grows, so will yours.
If you're in the local area, we will go to lunch with you to discuss your project. We will also probably become very good friends.
There is a lot of confusion on the subject of web design versus web development. Web design is really the creative process involving the website's look and feel, its navigation, and content (or copywriting), UI and UX.
Most large companies hire separate individuals for all different elements of their website creation. This is for a good reason - one person should not do both design and development, as they are two completely different disciplines. That's like having a chiropracter give you a dental exam.
It's no secret that we are not a huge organization with thousands of employees farming out your web application programming tasks. Most of the development will come from one or two people, and the design will come from one person. Too many people giving there input on the same thing leads to indecision.
If you haven't already noticed - there is a theme to our company. Getting a site indexed properly the first time helps it quite a bit down the road. If the developer who codes in the meta tags, description, and title is the same person doing the copywriting and website structure, he can make very keyword rich content the first time around, limiting the time spent on an SEO campaign while increasing the results dramatically. If you would like to submit your own content for the site, we can restructure it to be SEO friendly.