Why Website Design Matters
Investing in a great website can do magic for your company or organization.

You need solid planning, a touch of storytelling and a taste of inspiration. From pencil sketches to whiteboard sessions, we think about your project from every angle and every marketing platform.

Our Website Design Process

Creative Art Marketing’s website design approach has been tested and refined over many years and hundreds of websites, spanning almost every industry imaginable.

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Getting to know you (and your users)

Discovery + User Research

We start by building our understanding of your business. We speak to key stakeholders and dive deep into data you already have, including the performance of any existing site.
Envisioning a site that means business


A website strategy aligns the website’s proposed structure, content, and features with business goals. It’s where we make high-level decisions about the direction of the website.


In planning, our information architects and UX designers turn strategic direction into a blueprint for the site.
Bringing the website to life


Design is where the hard work really starts to pay off. We begin with an exploratory – as the name suggests, we explore a range of possibilities with you, getting a feel for how to represent your brand.
Finding the words to inspire and convert


Everyone writes. But not everyone writes for the web. Our copywriters know how to write concisely and impact-fully to capture ever-shrinking attention spans.
Maximizing relevance, reach, and discoverability


SEO is part of the fabric of an effective website, not an accessory. Building your site first and “doing SEO” later can result in missed opportunities or put existing equity at risk.
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Enjoy Our Amazing Projects

View some of our work and case studies for clients. We will work to deliver that strategy by building out your existing campaigns, or establishing accounts at new networks. It’s important to us that you own the accounts, and that you have a relationship with the network owners.