Quality online presence is a path to success

2Design Web – Website designers

Services

Good web sites should let users accomplish their intended tasks as easily and directly as possible.

2Design Web

projects

Developing a web site, mobile app, or interactive tool like a photo gallery, usability testing is important to ensure that what is being built will actually be usable.

2Design Web

Pricing

Web Design and Hosting

We offer flat rate packages, hourly rates for more advanced projects, and on-demand retainer pricing.

Basic

$550.00

  • 5 – 10 Pages
  • Responsive design (mobile friendly)
  • Social Media integration
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • One Contact Form
  • One Subscriber Sign-Up Form
  • Google Analytics
  • Hosting Service (annual rate)
  • Domain registration (annual rate)
  • 5 – 10 Pages
  • Responsive design (mobile friendly)

Basic++

$1050.00

  • 5 – 25 Pages
  • Three website design options
  • Your project is managed in our project management solution
  • & all Basic services
  • 5 – 25 Pages
  • Three website design options

Pro

$4500.00

  • 5 – Lots of Pages
  • Three website design options
  • CMS management tools
  • Laravel backend
  • Includes one custom developed/integrated application (i.e. Photo Gallery, Events Manager, File repository, User portal...)
  • & all Basic++ services
  • 5 – Lots of Pages
  • Three website design options
  • CMS management tools

Click here for full details of the packages above.

Click here for more information on our web design solutions.

All Graphic Design work is done at an hourly rate.

On-demand retainer rates are negotiated based on the complexity of the environment and the required resources.

Contact us today info@2designweb.com.

 

Social Media Packages

Social Media is critical for businesses exposure. We offer social media packages to give you the results you are looking for.

SM Basic

$100.00 / month

  • 5 Posts per week for:
  • Facebook — Twitter — LinkedIn
  • Post copy writing – tweaking for social media
  • Spam – troll monitoring & management
  • Social Media business page optimization – creation
  • Monthly social media report
  • 5 Posts per week for:
  • Facebook — Twitter — LinkedIn

SM Elite

$400.00 / month

  • 10 Posts per week for:
  • Facebook — Twitter — LinkedIn — Google+ — Pinterest
  • Campaign Management for Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter (based on your ad budget limits)
  • Post copy writing – tweaking for social media
  • Spam – troll monitoring & management
  • Social Media business page optimization – creation
  • Monthly social media report
  • 10 Posts per week for:
  • Facebook — Twitter — LinkedIn — Google+ — Pinterest

SM Extreme

$ by project

  • Custom # of posts per week for:
  • Facebook — Twitter — LinkedIn — Google+ — Pinterest — Instagram
  • Campaign Management for Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter (based on your ad budget limits)
  • Post copy writing – tweaking for social media
  • Spam – troll monitoring & management
  • Social Media business page optimization – creation
  • Monthly social media report
  • Custom # of posts per week for:
  • Facebook — Twitter — LinkedIn — Google+ — Pinterest — Instagram

Click here for full details of the Social Media packages above.

Click here for more information on our Social Media solutions.

Contact us today info@2designweb.com.

Jason and his teams’ work with the Sugarshack fundraiser over the last five years has been instrumental to the success of this charity event.

Their work, in terms of capturing the spirit of the night and sharing of our brand and message, has allowed us to nearly double our charitable donations, triple our sponsorship and sell out consistently!

David Brown

About

We build connections through web design

We accomplish building connections with Effective Web Design, Web Development, and Content Marketing.

Discover how the 2Design Web team of experts helps businesses succeed online through the use of potent web design, marketing, and campaigns to capture their customers' attention.

2Design Web was established in 2002. Early days had us build from scratch a proprietary website content management system called Siteblocks® and it “filled a need” within the business community. At the time, WordPress, Joomla, and other open-source content management systems were not as trusted and popular as they are today. Today 2Design Web assesses the needs of our clients and their wish lists to provide the right toolsets producing the best online presence. It could be a CMS tool like WordPress, a custom one of a kind website, integrating an application like a full photogallery, blog, conference app...

In 2008 2Design Web was selected as one of the 10 finalists by DELL Canada in the Dell Canada Small Business Excellence Award.

Contact us today info@2designweb.com.

Meet our team

Freelance

Graphic designer

Freelance

Web designer

Jason Kessler

Owner / Lead Developer

Freelance

Web Copy writer

Holder of the whip

Virtual Assistant

2Design Web's role is to share our knowledge in the online industry and apply that knowledge to your project.

2Design Web

Trends

For the designers and interested clients out there, below are some recent 2Design Web blog posts and a few articles on trends in the web design industry.

A sales funnel is a set of invisible steps you lay before visitors that takes them from the point of entry to the desired action. There are three stages in a sales funnel: Top of the funnel (TOF), Middle of the funnel (MOF), Bottom of the funnel (BOF). Why do we call these three stages a funnel? Because, together, they form a funnel-like shape: A sales funnel and its three key stages: top-of-funnel, middle-of-funnel, bottom-of-funnel marketing.

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www.smashingmagazine.com

In this tutorial series, we will build a web-based multiplayer virtual reality game, where players will need to collaborate to solve a puzzle. In the first part of this series, we designed the orbs featured in the game. In this part of the series, we will add game mechanics and setup communication protocols between pairs of players. The game description here is excerpted from the first part of the series: Each pair of players is given a ring of orbs.

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www.smashingmagazine.com

This article is about creating limits and rules to follow throughout the entire design process. There is an unlimited number of ways in which you can combine elements in a user interface — and so you’ll need to set some rules and boundaries, or else the design workflow might become an unpleasant chore. You might be struggling with all of the possibilities and trying to pick the best option among many “correct” options.

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www.smashingmagazine.com

Front-end accessibility is still somewhat mysterious these days. How do we build accessible buttons and dropdowns? What about keyboard-friendly tooltips, tabs and notifications? Or inclusive accordions, sliders, data tables and modals? Let’s figure it out together. Meet Inclusive Components, our new handbook for building fully accessible digital products. Download a free sample PDF (1.1 MB). Heydon Pickering." Print + eBook eBook Print + eBook { "

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Cookie consent prompts, push notifications, app install prompts, video autoplays and annoying pop-ups. Every time we enter a new site, it feels like a fight against all the annoying marketing messages endlessly streaming at us. If you’ve wondered why a product you looked up in a search engine one day keeps showing up in all your social channels over and over just a few hours later, that’s the power of data collection and retargeting at play.

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In this episode of the Smashing Podcast, Drew McLellan talks to Heydon Pickering about his new book, Inclusive Components. Heydon is known for his work and writing on Accessibility, so what is Inclusive Design, and where do components come into play? Heydon eplains all this and more in this episode. You can listen below, or subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. Show Notes The book Inclusive Components from Smashing Magazine Heydon’s project Every Layout with Andy Bell Heydon’s website Heydonworks Heydon on Twitter Transcript Drew McLellan: He’s a freelance web accessibility consultant, interface designer and writer.

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One of the major requirements working for a team or an open-source project is using a version control system (VCS). Git is a free and open-source distributed version control system for tracking source code changes during software development. It’s been created by Linus Torvalds in 2005 for the development of the Linux kernel. It is easy to learn and has a tiny footprint with lightning fast performance. There is a big chance you have already used Git (since it is one of the most popular and well-adopted VCS tools available in the development community), and you most probably already have some knowledge about staging and committing your code by pushing and pulling it from a remote repository.

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www.smashingmagazine.com

As the year is coming to a close, many of us feel rushed, trying to meet deadlines, finishing off projects, and preparing for the holidays. Do you remember what December felt like when you were little? It was a time of wonder and expectation, a time to slow down and enjoy the small things: watching the first snowflakes fall, drinking hot chocolate, and admiring the Christmas decorations in your neighborhood, for example.

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www.smashingmagazine.com

2016-01-15
Finishing up a rush website project officially launching today. The site is for Canada's Largest Indoor Obstacle Race Training Facility. It's a really cool facility with great people involved. If you are in the Calgary area stop by Jan. 16th between 9-3 to get a opening day tour.

Check out Cor.Fit.
“I'm doing more and more work on my MS Surface Pro 3. Seems the days of my go to machine being a monster powerful desktop has now switched to the Surface as my mainstay device and my desktop is for my personal projects. ” – 2Design Web
2015-12-07
I've been surprised at the amount of business activity that goes on at the coffee shops around the city. It is especially apparent that a large amount of web design and search engine optimizing business is done over coffee. I don't mean to overhear, but some of the stuff being told to people during these meetings is quite disturbing to me as a web professional and I hope it works out for them. But, if they later come to me to fix a mess, I guess that's not bad for me either.
“Please listen to your web designer. Yes, you might have an ideal look and feel that you want to achieve and it could work. But, if your web designer raises issues/concerns around the usability, search engine optimization, and accessibility, engage them to explain in detail the issues/concerns. Detailed information from a website professional will only be in your best interest.” – 2Design Web
2015-11-26
Working on a WordPress site today migrating content and navigation from an old CMS. Fundamentally a CMS (content management system) framework from 7 years ago is not any different from todays CMS but the management tools are much slicker.
“Ok, you graphic designers out there. Please name your files with a understandable naming convention, "final_final_004.psd" isn't acceptable, unless you're doing it for job security. Also, naming your layers and groups is also a good habit, I know that it takes time but the effort will be worth it even for your sanity when you have to go back to the file weeks or months later.” – 2Design Web
2015-11-16
Noticing a trend with website frameworks like WordPress that there is a level of add-ons that are pitched as user friendly for the average administrator but once installed they overwhelm as these add-ons are built for webmasters primarily and general user friendliness for an average user goes completely out the window.
“Be sure that if you offer a user process on your site (forms, registrations, e-commerce..) that it is as streamlined and intuitive as possible. Users don't like to have to interpret what you want them to do.” – 2Design Web
2015-11-09
We are open for a couple more projects this month. Had our first "Can you design a web app for a smart watch?" question today, and yes we can.
“If you just recently registered your domain name, be aware that Google has a policy that is called the 'Google Aging Delay' where your new domain will not be addeed to the general search results anywhere from 3 to 12 months. A marketing plan for this is needed.” – 2Design Web
2015-11-07
It was 7 years ago that 2Design Web was selected by Dell Canada for their Small Business Excellence Award. We're happy to continue delivering our industry recognized services and our passion that is to make the web a more functional and visually appealing experience.
“It's important to have a third party read and comment on the words on your website. The site should be reviewed for it's descriptiveness, is it on point and quickly understandable without interpretation.” – 2Design Web
2015-11-05
Today has been a PayPal integration day, integrating a payment service into a WordPress Events plugin, the plugin developer has done a very nice job making it pretty painless.
“Don't toss up a website just to have a website. Treat your website like a cherished pet; love it, feed it, share it and pay attention to it. If you do those things for your website it will give the same back to you.” – 2Design Web
2015-11-02
It's so cool to meet people with true passion for web design. I met two new friends that have varied experience in web design, one who's been doing it for years and another that just completed school for web design. It is very rewarding to see experienced and new enthusiasm in my industry and they just happen to be really nice people too.
“A template website design might be the most cost effective method for getting a redesign or new design completed in the most efficient time period. It's not to say custom would not be cost effective or that it would take too long, just that it should be properly assessed for your web project.” – 2Design Web
2015-10-02
Back at the coffee shop this morning. Working on a couple friends sites listening to the coffee shop noise. A relaxing white noise to code to.
“Adobe Flash is no longer a viable delivery tool for dynamic artwork. Animation on a webisite isn't dead, it's just done with more compliant methods.” – 2Design Web
2015-10-01
Yaaay, got a free coffee this morning. It's going to be a good day caffeinating and writing code and Illustrating.
“Facebook has 1.5 billion monthly users, Twitter has 316 million users. You should have a twitter feed and facebook page to ensure all possible social media paths are covered.” – 2Design Web

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2Design Web

Contact

2Design Web is located in Calgary Alberta Canada.

Email direct for information info@2designweb.com

Or phone: (403)-826-4755

160 Quarry Park Blvd SE Suite 300 Calgary, Canada T2C 3G3