Web Design

Web Design Portfolio

By utilizing the latest web design technology and tools we can help you stand out from the rest, giving you an extra edge over your competition. We offer affordable and professional website designs. Here are some examples of our past design projects.

Mhannah Website Design

M. Hannah Law

“From start to finish, the design team at Localweb.com was easy to work with, professional, and creative. I am very pleased with the dependability of the web hosting, the helpfulness of the technical support department, and have received many compliments on my website.”

-Mike H.
Website Design Date 2009


ASI Design

Analytical Solutions Inc.

“The website does look very nice.” -Kailas T.
Website Design Date 2009





AFEX Design

Afex Inc.

“Waooo, my wife and I like it a lot, and we both agree that the color is perfect.” -Edward L.
Website Design Date 2008




Apex Printing Design

Apex Printing Company

“Things are going really well with our site. Everyone seems to be really pleased with it.” -Hayden W.
Website Design Date 2007




Fern Pet Products Design

Fern Pet Products

-Toby and Carol D.
Website Design Date 2010




The Terraces at Brookmeade Design

The Terraces at Brookmeade

-Bonita P.
Website Design Date 2008




Arborridge Living Design

Arborridge Living

-Bonita P.
Website Design Date 2006





Chestnut Commons Laser Wash Design

Chestnut Commons Laser Wash

-John C.
Website Design Date 2007






Web Design Process

It is important to have a quality website design to make your presence known on the internet. Below is a description of the 8 steps we take to make a website you can be proud of.


1) Initial Meeting and Sketches

In the first meeting, it is important to get an idea of the project requirements and a general idea of the design. This includes the number of pages, colors, any specific images, overall look and feel, any special features such as CMS, and project time-frame.

  • General Project Idea
  • Specific Requirements
  • Overall Look and Feel







2) Mock-Ups








Using these sketches and the information collected from the meeting, a couple of mock-ups are created and sent back for the client to review. Stock images are used in this step as flavor and are purchased later upon request.

3) Client Feedback

After the mock-ups have been reviewed, and feedback has been received, we get to work implementing the feedback.


4) Revised Mock-Ups









Once the feedback has been applied, a second stage of mockups are created and sent for review.

This process goes on until the client approves a final design.

5) Converting to HTML


Once the final design is approved, we begin work converting the design into HTML and CSS.

When the first stage of the HTML website has been completed, we convert the content we’ve been given by the client into HTML and put it onto their respective page. To do this, we will set up content headers, text colors, and insert links to other pages. Navigation links and page titles are also created at this step. Key Points:

  • Convert Design to HTML
  • Create Navigation and Pages

6) Programming


Any custom programming such as contact forms, CMS, photo galleries, or calendars are created in this stage.

7) Testing

Each website is tested in the most common browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Safari, and Firefox, to optimize performance. If any display errors are found, they are fixed before moving to the next stage. Programming, navigation links, and each page are individually tested to make sure they are working properly.

8) Final Product


After testing the website, purchasing any stock images, and a final review from both client and designer, the website is ready to go live. All the website files will be uploaded to a host’s server and any email accounts for the website will be created.

Congratulations, on your new website!

Get in Touch with our Web Designer

To get started with your website, call our web designer at 800-525-0031 or email webdesign@localweb.com for a free web design and web hosting consultation. We also offer Website Design for WordPress.