Over the past several years,
many graphic designers have added such things "HTML coding", "CSS design", "website usability" and "browser compatibility" to their vocabulary and to their skill sets. Where creativity was once the primary talent needed by a graphic designer, a web designer needs that and a whole lot more. In the early years of the Internet, "art" was put on web pages and the result was called a website. Well, the playing field has changed quite a bit. Internet users have become more sophisticated, and the consumer has come to expect a higher level of quality from the websites they visit.
Web pages need to load quickly. They need to look and work the same way in various browsers on both PCs and Macs. They need to focus in on the marketing message FAST. Design elements have to be compatible with programming elements, and SO MUCH MORE. The point is that web design has become it's own medium. And we employ actual web designers, not artists.
Our team is fluent in every aspect of web development. So, in a nutshell, instead of creating art and putting it on the Internet, we create art for the Internet. Design elements are created with marketing in mind, usability in mind, and compatibility in mind. You get the real deal – not just some images and text tossed up on a web page.
For more information, see our Website Design
Here are a few examples of websites we've designed (click a page to bring it to the center, click page in center to see details):