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Website Design

Your website should look awesome and drive results

I’ve worked with many developers and agencies in my career, and Motion Tactic is one of the best. They communicate well, deliver on time, and think creatively. Highly recommended.

Gary Weyel

Design is about making it look great and making it serve people

We love making attractive websites but don’t get us wrong, a great website is more than that. A really great website should be easy to use and help visitors find the information that they need in order to help make a buying decision. Our design process is highly collaborative and iterative to ensure that our results consider user’s needs business goals.

Fonts Matter

Our design team always looks for web fonts that represent your brand

Custom Graphics

Custom graphics help your website and brand feel unique

Our Website Design Process

Creative Alignment

Moodboards ensure that we understand your vision and creative preferences

Moodboards

Before we can design we need to know what you like. Moodboards give us the ability to get an understanding of the design direction that most appeals to you and your organizations stakeholders. A bit of for-warning: we want to PUSH you creatively.

Wireframes

Just like the construction of a skyscraper, website projects need blueprints. Wireframes are quick to create and easy to change. This gives us the ability to quickly iterate and make decisions about the placement and priority of content before high fidelity designs are created.

Content Architecture

Wireframes help us to visualize content priority and placement in a quick and iterative way

High Fidelity Design

The design process ensures that when you receive your website, there will be no surprises

Design Sprints

With and understanding of your creative preferences and a blueprint for the placement and priority of content we’re ready to start designing. Typically we present 1-2 pages of the website as a high fidelity design before progressing into additional batches of pages. We work in batches to ensure that you have the ability to provide feedback along the way.