Customers come to Dundalk Web Design because they want reasonable prices with quality websites. That’s what we do. Here are a few of our clients:
The Dundalk Heritage Fair Association in 2010 was looking for a new website. They wanted to bring their site into the 21st century with social media and a easily navigable site. Dundalk Web Design came to the rescue and set the Dundalk Heritage Fair Association up with a Twitter account, a Facebook account, a Google Plus account, a Flickr account for sharing photos of the festivities, and a new website to top it off. Traffic to the site increased exponentially after the design. Dundalk Web Design brought them into the 21st century!
Dundalk United Methodist Church in 2008 was ready to have a website in order to increase membership of the Sunday worship services and get the word out about events that were happening in the church. Dundalk Web Design took their needs, analyzed what was needed, and modeled a website for them which is based on a Content Management System (CMS) allowing for easy updates. Additionally a Facebook and Twitter account were configured for the church to further increase the reach for membership.
Lucky Lemon Studios knew how to code their site for development tools but needed a frontend to make the site flow and look appealing for visitors. Dundalk Web Design took the ideas presented and made a fun site for their password generator.
Dalcin Co. Painting and Carpentry was new to the World Wide Web. A small business which specializes in Painting and Carpentry needed a website that was simple and yet portrayed what the company does. A design was created with CSS3 from the ground up to provide a framework for the business.
A family who wanted to create a kid-friendly site for their daughter contacted us to design a site for them. They wanted a a site which allowed them to blog about their child’s life and allowed them to post pictures. Sami J. Meyers was the site we designed for them. Sami even chose the colors for her site!