Great Pond Design is a full service website design and development boutique. We cater to Grammy award winning artists, certified nonprofit organizations, world famous historical sites, educational resources, home grown mom and pop brands, and everything in between.
Large or small, we custom build our websites and give you a simple platform to update on your own with no required software.
Logo need a face lift? Whether it's for web or print, we ensure your company branding leaves a good first impression.
Are you selling online or selling your business short? We offer ecommerce solutions for companies of all shapes and sizes.
Is your site on page one of search engines or is it your competitors? SEO can be complex and daunting. Our experts will develop a plan to make you climb.
Is your brand on Facebook? Instagram? Go where your customers go. Effective social media marketing will reach your audience.
Are you sending newsletter blasts to your customers? The caveman of internet marketing is still very relevant today.
Need hosting? We offer simple shared web hosting with a few gigs of storage, unlimited bandwidth, and 99.9% uptime.
Many of our custom builds rely on a WordPress CMS. Once a simple blogging tool, WP now boasts 25% of active websites including several Fortune 500s.
Wanna know a big reason why our clients love us? We return emails and phone calls. Sometimes it's just the little things.
DESIGN WITHOUT LIMITS
Some of our clients prefer the most simple web presence possible with a list of services and their contact information. Others require full on ecommerce integration, branding, weekly maintenance, and hosting.
Most clients land somewhere in the middle.
Tell us a little bit about your project and we’ll tailor a detailed quote, without overwhelming you with unnecessary technical terms and coding language. We’ve seen competitors do this and we think it’s lame.
Call us today at (207) 415-5526 or shoot us an email. Need a quote? Click here.
MEET THE CREW
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“Digital design is like painting, except the paint never dries.”