Sitting in a room. Staring at screens.
So are your customers.
I’ve seen a lot of problems in 10 years of full-time web development. The biggest ones occurred when the human element got lost.
This happens two ways:
- Disagreement between the client and the web developer can sour creative collaboration, quickly producing adversaries and animosity.
We won’t allow that. If our relationship with a client starts to turn, we catch it and fix it.
- Customers are forced to flounder through websites cluttered with discordant messages, sowing confusion rather than inspiring confidence and action.
We won’t allow that either. We build websites with purpose, on purpose.
You’re here looking for something, so let’s get started. What brought you here?
And that starts right now. This is no sales pitch. We’re not a website factory. We take on only a handful of clients each year.
That’s why we start every project with Roadmapping.
Roadmapping is our process for teasing out and documenting: where you are now, where you want to be, and how we’re going to get from here to there.
It’s also a trial period. It allows each of us to experience, hands-on, whether working together will be a good fit.
This isn’t what you were expecting from a web developer’s site.
You were probably expecting a row of clever icons featuring what is, essentially, the same suite of services you’ve seen everywhere else.
We do all of that. We just aren’t going to waste your time blathering on about code, tools, and technical mumbo jumbo. Blech.
Our difference is profound and simple:
We’re not in this for the technology. We’re in this for the people.
We wake up every morning and strive to bring a few more pixels of humanity to the endless sea that is the internet.
Our clients go to sleep knowing we have their back.
There are a few more pages to explore if you’d like to read up on us. Otherwise we can cut to the chase and hop on the phone.
Do you want to chat?