Web Design & Development

Your precision-branded online hub – designed, built & optimized – from copy to code.

In an era where your digital storefront is often now more important than your physical one, a captivating web presence isn’t just nice to have, it’s a strategic imperative. We’re here to help you make the most of it.

At Chart Room Creative, we approach the endless possibilities that lie in pixels and code as more than just a checklist of features. It’s a holistic journey – one where together we create a website that embodies your brand, engages your audience, and drives tangible results &nash; an online hub that converts.

We have three Web Design & Development tiers, so you can choose what best fits your web needs. Investment typically ranges from $2000-$6000. Have more unique needs that don’t fit neatly into one of our tiers? With seasoned designers and full-stack developers on staff, we can custom design a package just for you that’s sure to meet your every need.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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What is the difference between web design & web development?

Web designers create a website’s look and feel, and web developers create the code that makes it work. Typically, web designers do not write code. But, we’re not your typical web designers, we do both! As a result, we partner with several national marketing agencies, who have designers on staff only, and not developers, as an on-call resource when they need a helping hand with their clients’ code!

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Will web design be replaced by AI?

We certainly haven’t seen the end of how AI website design tools will evolve. However, while AI will undoubtedly become an increasingly valuable tool for web designers, it cannot fully replace them, because the technology still lacks the key component of emotional intelligence & understanding. For more information on this topic, check out this article from our friends at Hubspot – Web Design & AI: Evolving Together.

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Which web development language is best?
There are many languages and frameworks in which a server can be created and a website can be served from it. Web coding languages generally are categorized into one of two broad types. The first type is 'back-end' languages. These are the languages that speak with a server, dictate how and when a website should be served at a specific URL, and how the website 'fetches' data and displays it – typically from a database. You may hear of languages such as PHP, Java, or even Python or Ruby, frameworks such as Node or Express, and packaged frameworks such as React, Angular, Django, or Flask – all of which have operational components that could be described as 'back-end'. However, these are only some of the many languages and frameworks that can handle the back-end tasks that make a website tick. Ultimately, the website host will determine which languages or frameworks drive the operation of and serving of a website.

The other broad category of languages and frameworks is known as 'front-end'. These languages determine a page's structure, style, and user experience after being served to them in a browser. Although there are many languages that hypothetically could be used for a website's front-end appearance and functionality, most argument over what is 'best' for the front-end website is usually focused on packaged frameworks such as React, Angular, etc. Though each framework has its merits, for the average user it is easiest to think of these frameworks as just packaged-up methods of creating a front-end website that ultimately still uses the same three languages at the end of the day after the framework spits out the website into a browser. These three languages (from which nearly every modern website is created) are HTML, CSS, and Javascript. Nearly all websites and web applications that we've created in our close 20 years of operation, regardless of platform, framework, or back-end languages, have ultimately used the trio of HTML, CSS, and Javascript to provide the structure of the website pages, the styling of the website's look and feel, and the creation of functional and interactive components that make up the user's experience on the site.

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What platform should I build my site on?
The best platform for your website will ultimately depend, among other, on your goals and needs, how often content will be updated, you or your team's technical skills, and what other applications or services you use that must integrate with your site.

Looking for a high-performance web application intended for mobile? React Native might be the best choice.

Ecommerce your primary need? Any number of Software as a Service (SaaS) platforms could fit your need. Many of our past ecommerce clients have based their ecommerce shops out of the Shopify platform, WordPress Woo Commerce, Kajabi and others.

If you are needing an online hub that is more content-driven to support a service- or product-based business, there are number of SaaS platforms that work great. Some of these include Kajabi, HighLevel, Wix, SquareSpace, and (most popular) WordPress, on which approximately one-third of the world's websites are built. Of the individuals, thought-leaders, and service-based businesses we've supported in their website design and development, 95% have been WordPress websites. But we have helped individuals and companies build sites on all of the frameworks and SaaS platforms mentioned.

If you are unsure of where to begin and what site platform will best fit your needs, schedule a discovery call with us. We'll provide you with a free, no-strings-attached consultation and game plan for how to approach your website that you can use regardless of whether you ultimately wish to partner with us.

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What is the difference between web design & web development?

Web designers create a website’s look and feel, and web developers create the code that makes it work. Typically, web designers do not write code. But, we’re not your typical web designers, we do both! As a result, we partner with several national marketing agencies, who have designers on staff only, and not developers, as an on-call resource when they need a helping hand with the technical side of their clients' websites or their clients’ code.

FEATURED CASE STUDY: McGraw Hill Education | CCL Press — Kick Some Glass 

[Chart Room Creative] are first-rate web strategists and managers. They’re very knowledgeable not only on the technical aspects of the web but also have their pulse on current web communications and eCommerce trends. Add to that an incredible work ethic and you have individuals who are a tremendous talent.

Portia Mount

CMO, topcoder | 2x TEDx Speaker | co-author "Kick Some Glass"

I need web support, let's connect.

Ready to take the next step? Or maybe you have a few questions. Send us a note and we’ll be in touch. We’ll provide you with a free, no pressure, no-strings-attached game plan for how to approach your site. Let’s talk.

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