• Handmade websites for your success!


Over 20 years of experience help us create the perfect website for you.


Every great website starts with plans made somewhere small. It is taught that planning should comprise 70% of development.

Design & Development

Once the concept is in place, it's now a matter of bringing the idea to life. First in the form of a graphic draft, which is then transformed into HTML.

Testing & Launch

The finished website is then put through several test cases and any errors that occur are ironed out. Then the page can be published.

Since 2003 we have been creating technically good websites, planning and creating interfaces to your software, creating shops and optimizing for Google!

Selected projects

Our work connects brands with people through craftsmanship and culture.

  • City of Westerstede
  • TYPO3 Website
  • Sports2 Aurich GmbH
  • ProcessWire Website
  • Attorney Johannes Dilling
  • ProcessWire Website
  • Midwife practices Laura Hoehn and team
  • ProcessWire Website

In addition to the above references, we have also done the following, among others:

  • Individual project management system with time recording in the field of architecture
  • Employee administration with maintenance of personnel papers, sick days and evaluations in the healthcare sector
  • Fleet management system created and a connection to WebFleet programmed
  • Information platform as an intranet solution for a large transport association (subway, suburban train, buses)
  • Contest systems for various market leaders in the food industry
  • Betting games for football clubs
  • Adjustments to the website structure for a better ranking on Google

     and much more ...

... additional references

Communication is the 1st step ...

"It's unwise to overpay, but it's even worse to underpay. If you overpay, you lose some money, that's all. On the other hand, if you underpay, sometimes you lose everything because the purchased item cannot perform its intended task. The law of business prohibits getting much value for little money. If you accept the lowest offer, you must add something for the risk you run. And when you do, then you'll have enough money to pay for something better."

John Ruskin
(English philosopher, 1819 - 1900)