Go Mobile!

Culver Web Design is pleased to offer fully responsive web development for desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smart phones.

The web has now passed the tipping point where more visits occur on tables and smart phones than on conventional PCs. Search engines have also begun to give preference to mobile-friendly sites. It has never been more important to make sure your site is responsive to all devices.

Welcome to Culver Web Design

Welcome to the web design studio of Ken Culver. The thought of bringing your business or organization to the web may seem intimidating, but it is easier and less costly than you might imagine. Whether you are involved in a business, club or other organization, your presence on the World Wide Web is vitally important to your professional identity.

Please take some time to explore this site as well as clients’ sites contained in the Portfolio, and then contact us to discuss your project.

Web Design

Web Design by Culver Web Design

Whether you need a new site or a re-design of an existing site, the solution is here.

Web Hosting

Web Hosting by Culver Web Design

Get unlimited hosting and unlimited bandwidth for less than most economy plans.


Email by Culver Web Design

Enhance your web presence with email accounts using your domain name.


Culver Web Design Portfolio

Take a look at examples of recent web sites launched by Culver Web Design.

Search Engines

About Search Engines

How do search engines work and what can I do to rank well? Unravel the mysteries.


Culver Web Design FAQ

Review answers to many of the questions about developing your web site.

Getting Started

If you think you might be ready to begin planning your new web site, here are a few things you can do to help get the project started:

  • Read through the list of Frequently Asked Questions to learn more about what is involved in building a web site.
  • Look at web sites of similar organizations. Note what you like and don’t like about each. Copy the address of those you like.
  • Consider the color palette you want to use.
  • Collect good clean copies of company logos, artwork, brochures or anything else that captures the essence of your corporate identity if it is already established.
  • Make a list of the words and phrases a person is likely to use when searching for your product, service or organization. Focus your attention of phrases other than your company name.
  • Consider possible domain names, but do not register any. You can have more than one, and consider having the name that includes words upon which a user may search.
  • Consider the text that will be used in your site. Begin to prepare a professional program statement describing your company or organization, what it does, its history, etc.
  • Make a list of questions and contact Culver Web Design.