Homegrown in the Heartland

Website Design for the Little Guy

We’d love to work with your local small business, non-profit, or start-up to create a unique, branded website promoting your message and giving your business a competitive edge on the world wide web.

Our Websites

Take a look at our projects to get insight into the design process and see recent examples of our website designs out in the (digital) wild.

Uplift Family Dentistry

Uplift Family Dentistry

This dental website not only helped introduce the new practice, but it also gave new patients much-needed online access to HIPAA-compliant forms

We Can Do This; we feed kids

We Can Do This

A colorful new website for We Can Do This reflects their mission for the young community they serve.

Anna Stoysich

Gorgeous ecommerce store built in Squarespace for ceramic artist and painter Anna Stoysich.

MRP Project


Website redesign for local non-profit serving the community since 2004.

Johanna Rhoads, Realtor Website

Johanna Rhoads, Realtor

One-page WordPress website for top Lincoln realtor needing a website to consolidate her reviews and contact information in one location.

Bailey Sturgeon Photography Project

Bailey Sturgeon Photography

Squarespace website built for art-teacher-turned-photographer. The client needed a site that was easy to update and wanted the new design to reflect her inner-artist.

Roper Good Neighbor Fund Project

Roper Good Neighbor Fund

Custom one-page static website designed and built for a fund helping Roper Elementary students and their families in crisis situations.

Ribertech Project


Static website designed and built for local woman-owned business in the fiberglass industry. The new site followed a full rebrand for the business.

Can’t wait to get started on your new website?

Frequently Asked Questions

In general, we build Squarespace, WordPress, and static websites. Since no two sites have the same requirements, our job is to help you evaluate your goals for your site and decide what platform is best for you. Factors like ease of editing, specific functionality, and budget considerations will affect what kind of website you’ll need for your project.

You’ll likely pay between $1000 and $4000 for a website (not including recurring fees such as hosting). The size of your site, functionality needed, complexity of your design, and platform will all affect the price of your site. When you ask for an estimate, you will be provided with details of the project, as well as third-party monthly fees you may be responsible for, so you’ll have no surprise expenses.

Simple websites could take as little as three weeks to complete, but the majority of our sites take six to eight weeks. At the beginning of the project, you’ll be given a projected timeline so you have a point of reference; we also have weekly check-ins to let you know where the project stands and get feedback. If you have a tight turnaround, we can work together to help the project stay on schedule.

If tech isn’t your thing and you need a slick interface to update your site, let us know! Different platforms are easier to use than others. For newbies to Squarespace or WordPress, you will be introduced to the platform and given the tools you’ll need to make updates on your own.

Yes you can! With modern site builders, building websites is more accessible to non-developers than ever. If you’d like to focus your time and energy on what you do best rather than learning the inner-workings of a new platform, studying up on modern web design practices, or troubleshooting bugs with code, then hiring a developer to build your site for you is 100% the best option. If that actually sounds a little fun to you, welcome to our world!

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