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Web Design + Development


​It’s important to capture your audience’s attention within the first 3 seconds of a visit. Those first few seconds are a critical turning point between the success and failure of your site. That’s why our main goal is to draw your visitor’s attention in order to get the results you seek. Equally important — every visitor should be able to find the exact content on a website within 3 clicks.

A successful website is more than just another pretty face on the web – it engages your visitors and gives them a reason to come back. Content management systems (CMS) allow for even novices to have the ability to publish content with ease, so you can focus on what’s important. We design and develop our websites with our clients’ current and future needs in mind.

Liquified Creative offers the experience and design know-how to meet your online goals.


Content Management Systems + Management
Responsive Design
Mobile Website Development
User Experience & Development
Custom Web Design & Development
Web Hosting & Management
Website Content Development
Video (Scripting, Managing, Production & Post-Editing)
Kiosk User Interface Design
Online Web Demos
Search Engine Optimization + PPC Management

Web Design + Development Articles

  • Tide Pool Tuesday: Sales vs. Marketing

    Welcome to Liquified Creative’s Tide Pool Tuesday! Every Tuesday we will be posting marketing-related questions from various platforms and revealing our answers based on our experience in the marketing field. Tide Pool Tuesday received its name because similar to a tide pool, marketing is constantly changing. Tide pools are also … Continue reading
  • User Experience – Diagnosing Healthcare Communications and Websites

    For healthcare providers and medical systems, there’s nothing more important than developing a clean and strategic user experience to guide visitors through your digital landscape. When it comes to the overall communications with a healthcare provider and patients, the conversation between a patient and your medical staff member is just … Continue reading