CUSTOM WEB DESIGN

Having a weak website is a little like having a weird handshake. It’s not always a deal-breaker, but it can make the wrong first impression. Custom web design can help.

Your website is the single most important piece of your brand’s digital presence. It’s a platform to tell your story, project your values, and create a connection with your brand’s ideal audiences. It makes your brand accessible for anyone, anytime, anywhere. Our clients include fitness brands, realtors, fine artists, stylists, and tech startups. We pride ourselves in the ability to work closely with our clients to create the brand experience of their dreams.

Our Custom Web Design Process

Discovery

What makes your brand tick? What colors, patterns, and elements drive your aesthetics? Are you a little bit funky or calm, cool, and reserved? How do you want your site to make people feel? During the discovery phase, we’ll dig deep to gain a comprehensive understanding of your brand’s style and your site’s functional needs.

Wireframes

Also known as page schematics or screen blueprints, wireframes are where your custom website begins to take shape. This handy visual tool helps you see the flow of ideas on individual web pages and the overall information architecture of the site itself. You can think of wireframes as the foundation for your site.

Custom Website Design

This is where the real fun begins. Once we have the layout down, we’ll get to work filling in all of the vibrance and details that make it fully yours. At the end of the process, you’ll have a functional, beautiful website that reflects your unique brand and branding. 

Mobile Optimization

These days, mobile accounts for approximately half of the world’s daily web traffic. At Lunar Creative, we go the extra mile to make sure your custom website is fully optimized for mobile and desktop so that you’re reaching your audience no matter how they’re connecting with you.

Let’s start your custom web design project!

No brand is too small, no idea is too wild, and there is no such thing as too much coffee.

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