Project Engagements/

Website Design

Useful when...

  • You're looking to launch a product or service for the first time and need a professional, aesthetically pleasing, and functional website.
  • Your existing domain lacks clarity and vision or is outdated/not reflective of your current brand.
  • Re-evaluating the way your organization is positioned and perceived online.


For the majority of consumers, a brand’s website communicates far more than company information and offerings.

A website is, in fact, a reflection of values and culture, and an indicator of trustworthiness and legitimacy. So, regardless of your organization’s credibility and respective market dominance, your home on the web must clearly and elegantly convey your company’s identity.

Why Salted Stone?

Our process (refined over a decade) for initial builds and redesigns starts with a roadmapping exercise that enables our creatives and writers to capture all key project variables and correlate relevant data points into a unified, functional sitemap.

This makes space for your messaging and ensures great user experiences. Once we have a clear blueprint for success, our production teams shift into high gear. We work closely with our client services department, responsible for managing all activities and timeframes, and our full stack developers, to realize your vision. It all culminates in a beautiful, responsive, and intelligently assembled site -- optimized to attract and convert your leads.

What this engagement might look like

We work directly with key stakeholders to determine brand values and design guidelines, before writing keyword optimized web copy, and building wireframes and layouts.

We select hosting platforms to establish or integrate CRM dashboards, and decide (based on your goals) between traditional design, and the Growth-Driven Design (GDD) approach. GDD embraces agile methodologies and focuses on developing a data-driven website that is constructed with adaptability and flexibility in mind. We prioritize consistency and persona-appropriateness in copy, design, UX, and UI.

All that sound good?

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