Graphic Artist - Web Site Designer in Kansas City, Missouri, Kansas and the United States

Graphic Artist and Web Designer Marc Dorsett invites you to view superlative Graphic Art and dynamic web site designs offered in this online portfolio.

A Graphic Artist and Custom Web Site Designer with the Desire for Making Your Company Work Better...

My graphic art, website design and Website Programming is constructed in-house - from the custom content systems to MySQL databases to the outstanding graphics that catch your visitors attention and make them stay longer. It is about making your business better, simpler and more profitable.

In this world of html5 and responsive web design, I take the time to get to know you personally and as a company before creating your professional graphic design for any reason. Far too often, "web designers" rely on templates designed elsewhere and do not understand the real business of commercial art and corporate branding. Here, your designs are superior and unique.

Complete and thorough web site consultation and evaluations are with no obligation or cost. Allow Marc Dorsett Graphic Designs to constructively look into the dynamics and functionality of your web site to make certain your are getting the most client response for your market.

To help you, take a look at some of the articles that I have on my blog. It is not updated ad nauseum, but gives you a few great tips about the web and graphic design.

Marc Dorsett - Graphic Artist -

is a web designer that specializes in superior web site design with Cold Fusion programming, Specialty Web Design such as dynamic Content Management Systems, Attorney and Lawyer Web Sites, Church Web Design. Website Artist, Search Engine Safe and Search Engine Friendly Websites for all aspects of business.

Graphic art and web design expertise is now in your corner. I strive to be the graphic artist you will come to rely upon. You may also enter my site here.

For more detail on the subject of graphic artist company logos - follow me here. I talk about the true need for a great identity and why so many 'contest' and 'fast logo' sites don't work for a genuine business brand.

Once a form for the logo has been defined, color needs to be considered. Again, color for a logo should remain simple. You can always get fancy with the web design version, but a good logo must work well in one color and gradients of that color. The color should enhance and support the form of the logo - for example, various shades of blue on the sides of a 3D box should be the same as they would in real life.

For a no-obligation review of your website and design, feel free to contact me anytime!

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