New website?

MarxArt Web Design & Development can help!

Is your website out-dated? Has your it grown over the years to become an overwhelming amount of disjointed content? Does it need to be made mobile-friendly?

MarxArt offers web design and front-end web development for businesses, non-profits, and individuals. And, in collaboration with a small network of trusted designers, provides consultation, photography, back-end development and services that create a professional web presence.

Three big reasons to go mobile-friendly!

  • Mobile searches account for 60% of internet traffic.
  • Google lists sites as mobile-friendly in their mobile search results.
  • Optimal viewing experience is linked to search engine ranking.

Website for all devices?

As of April 21, 2015, Google will be using a new “mobile-friendly” algorithm. Searches from mobile devices will promote web-sites that respond well for viewing and interaction on handheld devices. And unfortunately, those sites that are non-mobile-friendly are more likely to be concealed.

Responsive Web Design is a collection of techniques that allow a website to flex and adapt to the size of screen it is being viewed on, providing a great experience for users across many size devices.

Responsive Design
Web pages that respond to the device that displays them are based on flexible latouts and are called responsive.

2018 Trends for Websites:

  • mobile-friendly, responsive, one-site-for all-devices
  • fewer clicks & more scrolling
  • engaging images
  • expressive typography
  • geometric grid layouts
  • power of story telling
  • depth and shadows
  • fast-loading


We can analyze the design, content, and code of your website.


We can offer our recommendations for changes that will improve your web prescence.


We can redesign your website and make it more effective!


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