Our approach

We've been around long enough to know that looks aren't everything. A website needs to be visually engaging, but it needs to work for you, too. We take a "mobile first" approach to website design because, let's face it - the world has changed. Everyone and their mom are using mobile devices now. Your online presence needs to be incredibly easy to use and should translate across any browser or device, including those fancy smart phones. Need convincing? In a recent client case study, we found that 66% of their total website visitors were browsing their website on a smart phone, even though their target audience was an older demographic. It's all about the user experience these days, and we can make it happen.


A Few Of Our Favorite Projects

Caddo River Forest Products

"The Caddo River Forest Products website is the finest sawmill website I've ever seen. It does a really great job of displaying the true grit of the forestry industry and what it takes to run a successful mill. It takes a lot of effort from the community, and I think the pictures tell that story in more than a thousand words." - David Arnow

Cearley Law Firm

Serious circumstances require a tough attorney - and also a polished, informative website. We helped Cearley Law Firm achieve an optimal user experience for their clients, appropriate CTAs, helpful workflows, and majorly increased search engine visibility for one of the most competitive industries in the local market.

Bell & Company

We built Bell & Company’s website to reflect the the firm’s deep commitment to their mission and values, with an emphasis on both strength and service. Their brand is beautifully reflected in the site’s overall design, including a systematic yet elegant layout of their service pages and additional resources.

Searcy Family Dental

Searcy Family Dental presented us with the challenge to take a competitive, hyperlocal industry and create a website that captured their caring atmosphere and utmost devotion to their patients while establishing optimal clinical functions. We highlighted patient education paired with their brand's personality.


 

You need a website that works

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
 

Website Design

+ How much does a website cost?

Asking that question is like asking an architect "How much does a house cost?" Well, how many rooms does it have? What is the quality of the materials? Do you have special needs? During our first meeting, we will establish what your needs are and estimate the scope of the project. Once we have a good understanding of what kind of house you are building, we'll send you a proposal.

+ Why do you design in Squarespace?

We're early adopters, so we've tinkered with just about every website development platform and software out there. We've built websites from scratch and had them coded. We've used Adobe Muse, Wordpress, and every other DIY provider on the market. When we first started working with Squarespace, some of our competitors turned up their noses, because "everyone" uses Wordpress. What we've learned is that the nature of web design has changed. You only have seconds to engage your audience and provide them with the information they need. The market is more informed and cultured than ever. The people using your website want simplicity, ease of use, beautiful content, and relevant information. Squarespace has allowed us to focus on great design, functionality, and converting leads for you business, all while expediting the process into weeks instead of months.

+ What do you need to get my website started?

First, you should schedule a discovery meeting, so we can get to know you. Then we’ll move on to the proposal and design brief. Regarding the materials for your website, see our blog post “Deliverables: 14 Assets We Need Before Starting Your Site.”

+ Will my website work on mobile devices?

Yes, all Agency501 websites are fully responsive which means that your visitors will see an optimal experience on phones and tablets, as well as desktop.

Simple. We make logos, websites, and everything else for you. Once you’ve paid for the work, it belongs to you.