The intersection of form & function.
Smirk’s website packages offer a seamless integration of form and function. Complete with SEO best practices and original mobile-first design, Smirk develops custom websites in-house. Our creative and technical professionals work hand-in-hand with clients to deliver fully optimized sites that fit their specific needs.
Your website should function as an extension of your business, especially the aesthetic. Smirk’s creative team works closely with each of our clients to create a custom website design for your brand. No cookie-cutter templates allowed. From colors and typography to style and media, we want your input on all of it.
Have you ever waited for a website to load? Ever had difficulty reading a website on your mobile device? Noticed that your website never seems to show up on Google? These are just a few common issues related to your website’s technical performance. Smirk’s SEO team works parallel to our creative team to ensure your website not only looks great but also functions properly.
After launch, we’ll deliver strategic recommendations to continue building the brand’s online presence. We offer ongoing website maintenance, SEO, and creative services. Plus, we ensure that all of our websites are easily accessible for our clients throughout the development process.
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Talking about web design in 2020
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