Soup to Nuts

Full web site development

New site, or new look?

The web has experienced amazing growth over the last two decades. And every day new businesses and organizations are born that need a web presence. Still more businesses and organizations want to re-vamp their sites now, to fix that “1990’s look”. And many just want to add on new technologies to keep up with the times. Let us be part of your solution!

Free consultation

We offer a free pre-consultation with all prospective clients. It’s important to us to make sure that our services are a good fit for your requirements, and so we work with you to figure out exactly what you need (and what you don’t need or want, either). As a small business, we understand tight budgets and low overhead requirements, and so we offer a range of options, à la carte, so that you can craft your own project.

Development steps

We partner with a variety of design firms and individual designers who can offer you a range of styles, but we are also flexible, and can work with a designer of your own choosing, or even with a pre-designed template you have purchased. We take you through the development process step by step, ensuring that you are comfortable with and understand what we are doing for you; we provide written as well as in-line code documentation; and we train you before the site is launched so that you are able to manage content updates yourself.

Talk to us!

Our style is friendly and professional. We work quickly and efficiently on your project, as we know that you have no time to waste and want your site up yesterday. To that end, we wish to have close and regular communication with you during the development process. Of course we are happy to answer questions at all times. We maintain a wide network of professional associates, and can offer you referrals for any types of services you need that we may be unable to provide.

Please call or email us today to schedule your free consultation to see if Language Works is the right provider for your new or redeveloped web site.

All photographs taken on location by A. E. Shroeder

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