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Become Iconic

What we do is more like web branding. It pushes the envelope of conventional web design. Come to think now, let's feed that danged envelope into the shredder.

Become Iconic

What we do is more like web branding. It pushes the envelope of conventional web design. Come to think now, let's feed that danged envelope into the shredder.

Become Iconic

What we do is more like web branding. It pushes the envelope of conventional web design. Come to think now, let's feed that danged envelope into the shredder.

Become Iconic

What we do is more like web branding. It pushes the envelope of conventional web design. Come to think now, let's feed that danged envelope into the shredder.

Become Iconic

What we do is more like web branding. It pushes the envelope of conventional web design. Come to think now, let's feed that danged envelope into the shredder.

Become Iconic

What we do is more like web branding. It pushes the envelope of conventional web design. Come to think now, let's feed that danged envelope into the shredder.

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Building Brands, Not Just Websites
Building Brands, Not Just Websites
Building Brands, Not Just Websites

We're different from other local web development companies in that many of our projects go beyond building a better website, to building a stronger brand, brick by brick. Sometimes it's for startups; other times it's for mature companies which have had some struggles; or find themselves facing new, tougher competition. 
 
Also unusual in this business, we write great copy - if you need that along with website design. We believe that strong brands are polished speakers, fully leveraging the power of language. Compelling words need to complement compelling visuals for a truly effective projection of your brand value. 
 
To build a compelling brand, all your communications vehicles must be on-message, seamlessly aligned and working in harmony. It's critical to gaining mindshare among future customers. Never look at your website as some kind of stand-alone asset. 
 
"Web design" is at best a superficial label for what we bring. We provide comprehensive, integrated digital marketing built outward from distinctive custom websites, informed by the best practices in branding, such that in building your new website we can cite a strategic rationale for every creative choice along the way. 

What's Our Default Style?

There is none. It all depends on what you need. We aren't into making sweeping, dogmatic proclamations about which web design philosophy reigns supreme over all pretenders. That's because style is plastic. Our favorite style is whatever we the agency and you the customer jointly determine stands the best chance of getting the best results. 

It might turn out that what you need is something exuberantly inventive, dynamic and colorful - per the homepage of javelincommunications.com. Or, we might determine that what you need is something elegant, restrained, dignified and understated, with a muted color palette.
 
Maybe you'll fall somewhere in between - or in a category which is yet to be invented, described and catalogued. We follow one and only one paradigm: Within the constraints of budget and time, which approach will most effectively and efficiently advance your business? 

"But I already have something in mind"

On the other hand, what if you want to provide the content? And you already mocked up a design? No problem. We'll faithfully execute your vision and quickly migrate all your copy. To save more money, we also can train you to migrate the copy yourself. It's easy once you get to know the website control panel. 
 
We build with Joomla and WordPress because they're the quickest, most intuitive way to install your site's technical infrastructure. It's just plain faster and therefore cheaper, yet still able to produce websites that pack a visual wallop. 
 
It's not unusual at all for new clents to come to the table already possessing a pretty good idea what they want. A lot of agencies chafe at that because the owners are promoting their own creative brand which carries forward a proprietary visual signature. Not us.
 
Because the only brand we're interested in promoting is yours. 

Building Brands

Not Just Websites

We're different from other local web development companies in that many of our projects go beyond building a better website, to building a stronger brand, brick by brick. Sometimes it's for startups; other times it's for mature companies which have had some struggles; or find themselves facing new, tougher competition. 
 
Also unusual in this business, we write great copy - if you need that along with website design. We believe that strong brands are polished speakers, fully leveraging the power of language. Compelling words need to complement compelling visuals for a truly effective projection of your brand value. 
 
To build a compelling brand, all your communications vehicles must be on-message, seamlessly aligned and working in harmony. It's critical to gaining mindshare among future customers. Never look at your website as some kind of stand-alone asset. 
 
"Web design" is at best a superficial label for what we bring. We provide comprehensive, integrated digital marketing built outward from distinctive custom websites, informed by the best practices in branding, such that in building your new website we can cite a strategic rationale for every creative choice along the way. 

What's Our Default Style?

There is none. It all depends on what you need. We aren't into making sweeping, dogmatic proclamations about which web design philosophy reigns supreme over all pretenders. That's because style is plastic. Our favorite style is whatever we the agency and you the customer jointly determine stands the best chance of getting the best results. 
 
It might turn out that what you need is something exuberantly inventive, dynamic and colorful - per the homepage of javelincommunications.com. Or, we might determine that what you need is something elegant, restrained, dignified and understated, with a muted color palette.
 
Maybe you'll fall somewhere in between - or in a category which is yet to be invented, described and catalogued. We follow one and only one paradigm: Within the constraints of budget and time, which approach will most effectively and efficiently advance your business? 

"But I already have something in mind"

On the other hand, what if you want to provide the content? And you already mocked up a design? No problem. We'll faithfully execute your vision and quickly migrate all your copy. To save more money, we also can train you to migrate the copy yourself. It's easy once you get to know the website control panel. 
 
We build with Joomla and WordPress because they're the quickest, most intuitive way to install your site's technical infrastructure. It's just plain faster and therefore cheaper, yet still able to produce websites that pack a visual wallop. 
 
It's not unusual at all for new clents to come to the table already possessing a pretty good idea what they want. A lot of agencies chafe at that because the owners are promoting their own creative brand which carries forward a proprietary visual signature. Not us.
 
Because the only brand we're interested in promoting is yours. 

Building Brands, Not Just Websites

We're different from other local web development companies in that many of our projects go beyond building a better website, to building a stronger brand, brick by brick. Sometimes it's for startups; other times it's for mature companies which have had some struggles; or find themselves facing new, tougher competition. 
 
Also unusual in this business, we write great copy - if you need that along with website design. We believe that strong brands are polished speakers, fully leveraging the power of language. Compelling words need to complement compelling visuals for a truly effective projection of your brand value. 
 
To build a compelling brand, all your communications vehicles must be on-message, seamlessly aligned and working in harmony. It's critical to gaining mindshare among future customers. Never look at your website as some kind of stand-alone asset. 
 
"Web design" is at best a superficial label for what we bring. We provide comprehensive, integrated digital marketing built outward from distinctive custom websites, informed by the best practices in branding, such that in building your new website we can cite a strategic rationale for every creative choice along the way. 

What's Our Default Style?

There is none. It all depends on what you need. We aren't into making sweeping, dogmatic proclamations about which web design philosophy reigns supreme over all pretenders. That's because style is plastic. Our favorite style is whatever we the agency and you the customer jointly determine stands the best chance of getting the best results. 
 
It might turn out that what you need is something exuberantly inventive, dynamic and colorful - per the homepage of javelincommunications.com. Or, we might determine that what you need is something elegant, restrained, dignified and understated, with a muted color palette.
 
Maybe you'll fall somewhere in between - or in a category which is yet to be invented, described and catalogued. We follow one and only one paradigm: Within the constraints of budget and time, which approach will most effectively and efficiently advance your business? 

"But I already have something in mind"

On the other hand, what if you want to provide the content? And you already mocked up a design? No problem. We'll faithfully execute your vision and quickly migrate all your copy. To save more money, we also can train you to migrate the copy yourself. It's easy once you get to know the website control panel. 
 
We build with Joomla and WordPress because they're the quickest, most intuitive way to install your site's technical infrastructure. It's just plain faster and therefore cheaper, yet still able to produce websites that pack a visual wallop. 
 
It's not unusual at all for new clents to come to the table already possessing a pretty good idea what they want. A lot of agencies chafe at that because the owners are promoting their own creative brand which carries forward a proprietary visual signature. Not us.
 
Because the only brand we're interested in promoting is yours. 

Building Brands, Not Just Websites

We're different from other local web development companies in that many of our projects go beyond building a better website, to building a stronger brand, brick by brick. Sometimes it's for startups; other times it's for mature companies which have had some struggles; or find themselves facing new, tougher competition. 
 
Also unusual in this business, we write great copy - if you need that along with website design. We believe that strong brands are polished speakers, fully leveraging the power of language. Compelling words need to complement compelling visuals for a truly effective projection of your brand value. 
 
To build a compelling brand, all your communications vehicles must be on-message, seamlessly aligned and working in harmony. It's critical to gaining mindshare among future customers. Never look at your website as some kind of stand-alone asset. 
 
"Web design" is at best a superficial label for what we bring. We provide comprehensive, integrated digital marketing built outward from distinctive custom websites, informed by the best practices in branding, such that in building your new website we can cite a strategic rationale for every creative choice along the way. 

What's Our Default Style?

There is none. It all depends on what you need. We aren't into making sweeping, dogmatic proclamations about which web design philosophy reigns supreme over all pretenders. That's because style is plastic. Our favorite style is whatever we the agency and you the customer jointly determine stands the best chance of getting the best results. 
 
It might turn out that what you need is something exuberantly inventive, dynamic and colorful - per the homepage of javelincommunications.com. Or, we might determine that what you need is something elegant, restrained, dignified and understated, with a muted color palette.
 
Maybe you'll fall somewhere in between - or in a category which is yet to be invented, described and catalogued. We follow one and only one paradigm: Within the constraints of budget and time, which approach will most effectively and efficiently advance your business? 

What's Our Default Style?

On the other hand, what if you want to provide the content? And you already mocked up a design? No problem. We'll faithfully execute your vision and quickly migrate all your copy. To save more money, we also can train you to migrate the copy yourself. It's easy once you get to know the website control panel. 
 
We build with Joomla and WordPress because they're the quickest, most intuitive way to install your site's technical infrastructure. It's just plain faster and therefore cheaper, yet still able to produce websites that pack a visual wallop. 
 
It's not unusual at all for new clents to come to the table already possessing a pretty good idea what they want. A lot of agencies chafe at that because the owners are promoting their own creative brand which carries forward a proprietary visual signature. Not us.
 
Because the only brand we're interested in promoting is yours. 

We're different from other local web development companies in that many of our projects go beyond building a better website, to building a stronger brand, brick by brick. Sometimes it's for startups; other times it's for mature companies which have had some struggles; or find themselves facing new, tougher competition. 
 
Also unusual in this business, we write great copy - if you need that along with website design. We believe that strong brands are polished speakers, fully leveraging the power of language. Compelling words need to complement compelling visuals for a truly effective projection of your brand value. 
 
To build a compelling brand, all your communications vehicles must be on-message, seamlessly aligned and working in harmony. It's critical to gaining mindshare among future customers. Never look at your website as some kind of stand-alone asset. 
 
"Web design" is at best a superficial label for what we bring. We provide comprehensive, integrated digital marketing built outward from distinctive custom websites, informed by the best practices in branding, such that in building your new website we can cite a strategic rationale for every creative choice along the way. 

What's Our Default Style?

There is none. It all depends on what you need. We aren't into making sweeping, dogmatic proclamations about which web design philosophy reigns supreme over all pretenders. That's because style is plastic. Our favorite style is whatever we the agency and you the customer jointly determine stands the best chance of getting the best results. 

It might turn out that what you need is something exuberantly inventive, dynamic and colorful - per the homepage of javelincommunications.com. Or, we might determine that what you need is something elegant, restrained, dignified and understated, with a muted color palette.
 
Maybe you'll fall somewhere in between - or in a category which is yet to be invented, described and catalogued. We follow one and only one paradigm: Within the constraints of budget and time, which approach will most effectively and efficiently advance your business? 

"But I already have something in mind"

On the other hand, what if you want to provide the content? And you already mocked up a design? No problem. We'll faithfully execute your vision and quickly migrate all your copy. To save more money, we also can train you to migrate the copy yourself. It's easy once you get to know the website control panel. 
 
We build with Joomla and WordPress because they're the quickest, most intuitive way to install your site's technical infrastructure. It's just plain faster and therefore cheaper, yet still able to produce websites that pack a visual wallop. 
 
It's not unusual at all for new clents to come to the table already possessing a pretty good idea what they want. A lot of agencies chafe at that because the owners are promoting their own creative brand which carries forward a proprietary visual signature. Not us.
 
Because the only brand we're interested in promoting is yours. 

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Words Matter

To become iconic it's got to read great, not just look great. A movie can have an amazing look. But if the script sucks and the story stinks, everybody walks out or clicks away. And that director never gets to make another film.

Words Matter

To become iconic it's got to read great, not just look great. A movie can have an amazing look. But if the script sucks and the story stinks, everybody walks out or clicks away. And that director never gets to make another film.

Words Matter

To become iconic it's got to read great, not just look great. A movie can have an amazing look. But if the script sucks and the story stinks, everybody walks out or clicks away. And that director never gets to make another film.

Words Matter

To become iconic it's got to read great, not just look great. A movie can have an amazing look. But if the script sucks and the story stinks, everybody walks out or clicks away. And that director never gets to make another film.

Words Matter

To become iconic it's got to read great, not just look great. A movie can have an amazing look. But if the script sucks and the story stinks, everybody walks out or clicks away. And that director never gets to make another film.

Words Matter

To become iconic it's got to read great, not just look great. A movie can have an amazing look. But if the script sucks and the story stinks, everybody walks out or clicks away. And that director never gets to make another film.

We substantially write most of the sites we design. What's even more unusual is that we write well. Most design agencies and studios can't write for squat. You're going to be assigned a green junior associate.
 
Javelin founder Jim Gribble got his start in the newspaper business and underwent years of indentured training as a writer. He sold his first story when he was 19 and has been writing for a living - one way or another - since his mid 20s. His command of language shows in his work.
 
We do have a recommended style. It is elegantly simple, and it follows three dictates.
 
First, economy. Use words sparingly, come right to the point and then make the point in a creative way that grabs attention. That's the essence of friendliness on the Web. You'll be seen as user-hostile if your content meanders and drones on.
 
Second, brand reinforcement. Effective Internet copywriting vigorously projects your brand values while seizing every opportunity to reinforce your value-added proposition. Sometimes, the value-added proposition is difficult for the client to articulate. Or the client's value-added vision might be incomplete. We can help you clarify all of that in writing the website.
 
Third, SEO mindfulness. While still observing the above prime directives, the copy must judiciously embed your high-power Google keywords. They are how people find a company like you on the Internet. You might think you already know some of the keywords. But research and testing are the only means of knowing for sure. There are going to be some surprises.

A Few Other Simple Rules

• Be terse, presenting your information in enticing little bites.

• Put the good stuff first. Users will just scroll down to it anyway, skipping all the fluff; so please save them that trouble.

• Better yet: Completely delete fluff.

• Eschew jargon; such a turn-off. If you must use, explain it clearly for folks. Never assume they understand.

• Be conversational; walk away from stilted.

• Include calls to action.

• Be humble and accessible; never brag.

• Please, no massive blocks of daunting gray text.

• Lighten up the copy with plenty of subheadings.

• If you make people scroll down beyond two screens, you are running on, annoyingly.

• The bullet point is your best friend

We substantially write most of the sites we design. What's even more unusual is that we write well. Most design agencies and studios can't write for squat. You're going to be assigned a green junior associate.
 
Javelin founder Jim Gribble got his start in the newspaper business and underwent years of indentured training as a writer. He sold his first story when he was 19 and has been writing for a living - one way or another - since his mid 20s. His command of language shows in his work.
 
We do have a recommended style. It is elegantly simple, and it follows three dictates.
 
First, economy. Use words sparingly, come right to the point and then make the point in a creative way that grabs attention. That's the essence of friendliness on the Web. You'll be seen as user-hostile if your content meanders and drones on.
 
Second, brand reinforcement. Effective Internet copywriting vigorously projects your brand values while seizing every opportunity to reinforce your value-added proposition. Sometimes, the value-added proposition is difficult for the client to articulate. Or the client's value-added vision might be incomplete. We can help you clarify all of that in writing the website.
 
Third, SEO mindfulness. While still observing the above prime directives, the copy must judiciously embed your high-power Google keywords. They are how people find a company like you on the Internet. You might think you already know some of the keywords. But research and testing are the only means of knowing for sure. There are going to be some surprises.

A Few Other Simple Rules

• Be terse, presenting your information in enticing little bites.

• Put the good stuff first. Users will just scroll down to it anyway, skipping all the fluff; so please save them that trouble.

• Better yet: Completely delete fluff.

• Eschew jargon; such a turn-off. If you must use, explain it clearly for folks. Never assume they understand.

• Be conversational; walk away from stilted.

• Include calls to action.

• Be humble and accessible; never brag.

• Please, no massive blocks of daunting gray text.

• Lighten up the copy with plenty of subheadings.

• If you make people scroll down beyond two screens, you are running on, annoyingly.

• The bullet point is your best friend

We substantially write most of the sites we design. What's even more unusual is that we write well. Most design agencies and studios can't write for squat. You're going to be assigned a green junior associate.
 
Javelin founder Jim Gribble got his start in the newspaper business and underwent years of indentured training as a writer. He sold his first story when he was 19 and has been writing for a living - one way or another - since his mid 20s. His command of language shows in his work.
 
We do have a recommended style. It is elegantly simple, and it follows three dictates.
 
First, economy. Use words sparingly, come right to the point and then make the point in a creative way that grabs attention. That's the essence of friendliness on the Web. You'll be seen as user-hostile if your content meanders and drones on.
 
Second, brand reinforcement. Effective Internet copywriting vigorously projects your brand values while seizing every opportunity to reinforce your value-added proposition. Sometimes, the value-added proposition is difficult for the client to articulate. Or the client's value-added vision might be incomplete. We can help you clarify all of that in writing the website.
 
Third, SEO mindfulness. While still observing the above prime directives, the copy must judiciously embed your high-power Google keywords. They are how people find a company like you on the Internet. You might think you already know some of the keywords. But research and testing are the only means of knowing for sure. There are going to be some surprises.

A Few Other Simple Rules

• Be terse, presenting your information in enticing little bites.

• Put the good stuff first. Users will just scroll down to it anyway, skipping all the fluff; so please save them that trouble.

• Better yet: Completely delete fluff.

• Eschew jargon; such a turn-off. If you must use, explain it clearly for folks. Never assume they understand.

• Be conversational; walk away from stilted.

• Include calls to action.

• Be humble and accessible; never brag.

• Please, no massive blocks of daunting gray text.

• Lighten up the copy with plenty of subheadings.

• If you make people scroll down beyond two screens, you are running on, annoyingly.

• The bullet point is your best friend

We substantially write most of the sites we design. What's even more unusual is that we write well. Most design agencies and studios can't write for squat. You're going to be assigned a green junior associate.
 
Javelin founder Jim Gribble got his start in the newspaper business and underwent years of indentured training as a writer. He sold his first story when he was 19 and has been writing for a living - one way or another - since his mid 20s. His command of language shows in his work.
 
We do have a recommended style. It is elegantly simple, and it follows three dictates.
 
First, economy. Use words sparingly, come right to the point and then make the point in a creative way that grabs attention. That's the essence of friendliness on the Web. You'll be seen as user-hostile if your content meanders and drones on.
 
Second, brand reinforcement. Effective Internet copywriting vigorously projects your brand values while seizing every opportunity to reinforce your value-added proposition. Sometimes, the value-added proposition is difficult for the client to articulate. Or the client's value-added vision might be incomplete. We can help you clarify all of that in writing the website.
 
Third, SEO mindfulness. While still observing the above prime directives, the copy must judiciously embed your high-power Google keywords. They are how people find a company like you on the Internet. You might think you already know some of the keywords. But research and testing are the only means of knowing for sure. There are going to be some surprises.

A Few Other Simple Rules

• Be terse, presenting your information in enticing little bites.

• Put the good stuff first. Users will just scroll down to it anyway, skipping all the fluff; so please save them that trouble.

• Better yet: Completely delete fluff.

• Eschew jargon; such a turn-off. If you must use, explain it clearly for folks. Never assume they understand.

• Be conversational; walk away from stilted.

• Include calls to action.

• Be humble and accessible; never brag.

• Please, no massive blocks of daunting gray text.

• Lighten up the copy with plenty of subheadings.

• If you make people scroll down beyond two screens, you are running on, annoyingly.

• The bullet point is your best friend

We substantially write most of the sites we design. What's even more unusual is that we write well. Most design agencies and studios can't write for squat. You're going to be assigned a green junior associate.
 
Javelin founder Jim Gribble got his start in the newspaper business and underwent years of indentured training as a writer. He sold his first story when he was 19 and has been writing for a living - one way or another - since his mid 20s. His command of language shows in his work.
 
We do have a recommended style. It is elegantly simple, and it follows three dictates.
 
First, economy. Use words sparingly, come right to the point and then make the point in a creative way that grabs attention. That's the essence of friendliness on the Web. You'll be seen as user-hostile if your content meanders and drones on.
 
Second, brand reinforcement. Effective Internet copywriting vigorously projects your brand values while seizing every opportunity to reinforce your value-added proposition. Sometimes, the value-added proposition is difficult for the client to articulate. Or the client's value-added vision might be incomplete. We can help you clarify all of that in writing the website.
 
Third, SEO mindfulness. While still observing the above prime directives, the copy must judiciously embed your high-power Google keywords. They are how people find a company like you on the Internet. You might think you already know some of the keywords. But research and testing are the only means of knowing for sure. There are going to be some surprises.

A Few Other Simple Rules

• Be terse, presenting your information in enticing little bites.

• Put the good stuff first. Users will just scroll down to it anyway, skipping all the fluff; so please save them that trouble.

• Better yet: Completely delete fluff.

• Eschew jargon; such a turn-off. If you must use, explain it clearly for folks. Never assume they understand.

• Be conversational; walk away from stilted.

• Include calls to action.

• Be humble and accessible; never brag.

• Please, no massive blocks of daunting gray text.

• Lighten up the copy with plenty of subheadings.

• If you make people scroll down beyond two screens, you are running on, annoyingly.

• The bullet point is your best friend

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