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Website Design

We design websites that pass the blink test.

A person takes 3 to 5 seconds to evaluate your website before they make a decision to engage further or look elsewhere. We believe in creating websites that pass the blink test. The following essential considerations underscore all of our website design:

Be Inbound Friendly - Inbound content marketing attracts 3 times as many leads as traditional outbound marketing, but costs 62% less.

Be Conversion Friendly - Websites should convert anonymous visitors to known leads, and identify which returning customers are showing interest in upselling or cross-selling opportunities.

Evolve Constantly - The average lifespan of a website is between 12 and 18 months, but that figure continues to decrease. Growth-driven design and agility are core League methodologies.

Emphasize User Experience - We believe a website layout should be aligned with the way a user is expected to browse it, which ensures business outcomes are achieved.

Consider User Interface - our developers utilize app designs to their fullest, providing beautiful, easy-to-use and intuitive websites.

Be Brand Friendly - we will effectively communicate your brand positioning no matter what page the user lands on.

Deliver Real Value to Your Visitors - we do more than simply display static content. We provide your visitors with information from your backend systems - information that allows them to make informed decisions, but that costs you nothing.

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