Beautiful Nelson BC

Jewel of the Kootenays and best small arts town… we are all here for the lifestyle, right? How can you beat the combination of natural beauty, small-town smiles, alternative thinking, and talent that oozes from every nook and cranny.

With so many artists, designers, writers and photographers in and around Nelson, it’s no surprise that the area also sports a long list of web designers and website developers. But if you are searching for web design services, how do you choose from so many possibilities?

We have been providing professional web design and web development services for Nelson and area businesses since 1998. That’s quite a while, and over that time the business of web design has changed a lot. Today’s modern website gives you the power to manage your own content, while responsive web design ensures that your site will work on everything from phone to widescreen. Meanwhile, the need for pages to load faster on phones has given rise to a focus on page speed and techniques of web performance optimization.

A best-practices website should load in under a second on desktop or 2 seconds on a phone (how to check it), and should work well on every web-enabled device. And of course it should allow you to manage all your own content.

Below are some of the Nelson businesses and organizations for which we’ve recently built sites or are currently working on sites. We were chosen for these projects, in part, because we are a local business and we don’t just build cookie-cutter sites.

Local Projects
For details of these projects, see our portfolio.

Kootenay Dental Arts
Kaslo Community Airport (2016)
City of Nelson, Urban Design Strategy (2016)
City of Nelson, Short-term Rental Project (2016)
STREAM labs (2016)
RISE BC Wellness Centre (2016)
City of Nelson, Railtown District (2016)
Central Kootenay Invasive Species Society (2015)
Ancron Medical Centre (2015)
Apple Tree Maternity (2014)

Under construction (February 2017)
West Kootenay Camera Club

Wild Mice Studio partners on local projects with Pink Dog Designs (Nichola Lytle) of Nelson.