Who’s Responsible for This?
Umm, yeah, that would be me. Hi, my name is Rob King.
I started Lunian Design because I have this annoying passion to help other people pursue their passions. You see, most people have a thing. Well, my thing is helping people, like you, do your thing.
I’ve been a small business owner. I know what it feels like to be lost in the quagmire of marketing and an uncertainty of how to reach my potential customers. I am also a writer. So, I understand the confusion when someone tells you you need a website as a part of your personal brand. In both cases, I wished I’d had someone who genuinely cared about what I wanted and helped me sort out my goals and needs. I also wished it was free, but you know how that goes.
I have been in software design and development for over two decades. And I’ve been Developing web applications and web sites for the last ten years. During that time, I recognized some vital core values that are frequently overlooked. I have instilled these values into the process of Lunian Design:
We value relationship over projects. We want to create trusting relationships that enable us to collaborate on your aspirations. If you have a small business, we want to understand your passions so we can understand the heartbeat of your business. If you are an individual trying to establish a personal brand, we want to know what makes you tick.
We value real results over pretty pictures. We can create a great website, but if it doesn’t help you accomplish your goals, we’re just wasting your money. We take the practical approach to solving problems. Then we can make the sites as pretty as you want.
We value connection over cost. Once we’ve made the initial consultation, we want to come up with a plan that fits your budget. If you don’t have one, well, we’ll start there.
Sometimes we may find that we can’t do what you want with what you can afford. That’s okay, we won’t leave you hanging. We can at least help you head in the right direction. And, hopefully, you will have made some new friends, regardless of the outcome.
What’s your story?
That’s what we want to know. This business is really about you. What do you want to accomplish?
That’s Lucy, our office manager. She takes her job seriously.