Q Digital Studio has been designing and building websites since 2005. And we still love every minute of it. We believe that good design is for everyone and offer a comprehensive blend of design, development and marketing services. We proudly support sustainability and forward-thinking business practices.
“Working with the Q Digital Studio team has been an awesome experience. I wholeheartedly recommend them!”
- Nora Swan-Foster
Susan is Q Digital Studio’s fearless leader. She chaired the first AIGA (Re)designAwards show to recognize sustainable design, and is a former member of AIGA Colorado’s executive board. She has taught as an adjunct faculty member at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. Susan likes IKEA furniture, making lists and live music.
Laura is a print and web designer at Q Digital Studio. She has a keen eye for detail - no pixels out of place! She has produced award-winning pieces and is winner of an American Graphic Design Award. Laura likes mountain biking, skiing, car camping with her blow up air mattress, and rocking the drum set.
Lindsay is Q Digital Studio’s writer and content specialist. She develops heady technical jargon into clear, coherent (and optimized) content. She has a knack for finding just the right words - but only after she’s had a nice cup of coffee (or two). She happily dives into the depths of the Internet on a daily basis. Lindsay has worked as a writer and editor the world over.
Clinton is a back-end developer at Q Digital Studio who lives and breathes code. He is Q Digital’s resident problem-solver; if he can’t fix it, he’ll just create new code or a shiny new add-on. When he’s not problem-solving at the studio, he’s likely under the hood of a car or remodeling his house.
Holly Gerard is a designer at Q Digital Studio who creates for both print and web. She’ll make it look good whether it’s on-screen or off. When Holly doesn’t have her designer’s eye at work on a project, it’s usually behind the lens of a camera. Holly loves crafting a good homebrew, baking up something tasty or Yelping at some of the new places around town.
Mike Wenger is a front-end designer and developer at Q Digital Studio. Mike’s background is in Visual Communications, and his creative roots run deep. A transplant from Ohio, Mike enjoys all the great outdoors that Colorado has to offer. While out and about, Mike can be found kayaking, cycling, backpacking and hiking – and spending time with his wife, Nicole, and their two dogs.
Q Digital Studio promotes sustainability through our design services and business practices. Sustainable graphic and web design are critical for every business owner who desires that their marketing materials are manageable, useful and long-lasting. We create designs and websites that grow with your organization.
We proudly support forward-thinking businesses that employ sustainable practices through their product or service, elimination or re-sourcing of production materials, pollution prevention, energy conservation, respect for employees, quality employee benefits, or many other ways. We share this vision and are committed to helping like-minded organizations succeed.
Founded in February 2011 by the Q Digital Studio team, Meta Q is a webzine that digs deep into the world of web design and development, fascinates readers with inspiration and creativity, and showcases all things digital. Take a look at our latest articles on Meta Q.
We all want higher web conversions and buttons that people actually click, right? After all, that’s what a website is all about – getting a user to take a desired action: buying a product, requesting a demo, making a donation, sharing your articles, becoming a customer. This week, I’ve gathered some articles about how to get better web conversions – utilizing design, buttons, content and layout.
Nearly two years ago, Susan and Corey Snipes had their first child, Amelie. Prior to their daughter’s birth, Corey was the co-owner of a consulting business. With Amelie’s arrival, Corey chose to reevaluate his work setup and made some changes to improve his and his family’s life.
I want to take it all to the Cloud someday. Just not yet. As more companies and products are shifting their focus on "the Cloud," I'm starting to think, Whoa Nelly. Hold up. I'm just not ready for that kind of commitment.
Let's talk about automation. From Merriam-Webster, automation is "the technique of making an apparatus, a process, or a system operate automatically". From me – the lazy developer – automation is the process of making sure we never have to do anything more than once, ever again. The question is, is automation a good thing for all of us?
If you have ever built an online store, collected any sort of personal payment information from a client through your website, or ever needed to meet PCI Compliance requirements, you've probably had to work with SSL certificates.