Introducing: PageCrafter

After many months of careful planning, we are extremely pleased to announce that Brian Johnson Design is now PageCrafter!

We first opened our doors (figuratively) in the fall of 2011 and since that time we’ve continued to grow and improve. It’s been a long and rewarding journey and we’ve met some amazing people along the way.

Along with this growth has come many new opportunities and also refinement of our brand. Somehow “Brian Johnson Design” just doesn’t seem to fully describe our team which now includes two full-time employees (including myself) and a small team of contractors all working to create some awesome stuff on the web. We felt a change was necessary to reflect our growth and to better convey the team dynamic.

What Will Be Changing?

That’s a great question! Nothing will be changing, though we do feel of course that we are better suited than ever to service our small-business clients. We have made it our mission to stay committed to small businesses specifically and cater our entire product offering to them. While many firms in our position tend to start looking for bigger fish to fry at this stage, we have no interest in doing that. We want to be the very best there is at creating quality websites custom-tailored to small businesses.

To that end, we have been altering our business model and tool set to maximize quality, efficiency, and ease-of-use of our websites. Our recent clients seem to be as thrilled as we are about the front-end editor that comes with all of our sites, and with the addition of new team members, I believe our sites are more gorgeous and usable than ever before! Just take a look at the new Homes by Tradition site to see what I mean.

All our old email addresses will continue to work, but the old website will now be redirecting traffic to the new site. If you have any questions at all about the rebrand, please contact me right away!

About Brian Johnson

Brian Johnson is a website developer and designer living in Minneapolis, Minnesota with a passion for code and WordPress. He spends his days building WordPress websites for small businesses, developing new code with the online community, and living life.

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