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We are no longer accepting new contracts at this time.

Okay - you've been told that you need a web site and you've been thinking about it for a while.  But - you wonder: 

  • who will do it, 
  • how much it will cost and 
  • will it pay for itself by promoting your business

Based on our experiences, we know that a well-designed, up-to-date web site can help businesses and non-profit organizations widen their audience, increase sales or donations, find financial supporters and volunteers and educate their audience.

What is Devi Designs?

Devi Designs was created to service the needs of small to medium-sized businesses and non-profit organizations, especially those involved in the animal welfare/animal rights arena.  We provide custom-designed quality solutions to fit your needs and budget.  Each web site is unique as we believe that Your web site should be a reflection of You and Your business.  

If you already have a web site but are not satisfied with it, we can carefully review it and make recommendations based on our years of online branding and design experience.

We also think that many web design companies charge too much and deliver too little.   We charge reasonable prices, offer a discount to non-profit, animal welfare groups and pride ourselves on our customer service. 

Why have a web site?

One of the benefits of putting your information online is that the information can be kept up-to-date quickly and easily.  Your information (once submitted to web search engines) is now available to millions of internet users.  For the business owner, how else could you so inexpensively target so many potential customers? 

In the case of a shelter or sanctuary, this means that your supporters and potential adoptors can read the latest news, see photos of your available animals and make online donations. 


If you are interested in learning more on how we can help you, please send us email.

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Last updated: 14 January 2012