Good design is
good for everyone.
Websites that shine through the noise online.
Findable and functional websites.
Quality is already in short supply on the web. Let’s fix that.
We build user-focused, accessible websites and rejuvenate older sites to meet new expectations. We make the internet a better place for us all by empowering female founders to have findable, functional websites.
An accessible website provides the best user experience for all of us. Bonus: Search engines like it better too.
All our projects include an onsite SEO kick-start to help your site get found by the right people – YOUR people.
Standards and expectations change over time, and your website needs to meet those standards.
Good design is good for everyone. Designing for accessibility means your website will be easier for everyone to use.
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We create user-centered websites that are well crafted, accessible and SEO-friendly.
Our clients are female founders and entrepreneurs who have persevered through several iterations of their websites, and never been entirely happy with the results. We help you shine through the noise online.
It's Time to Shift.
The web is full of the same-old websites. Most of those websites don’t work – often literally. It’s time to shift to user-focused website designs that provide genuine connection to your visitors.
Choose Your Adventure.
Having a website doesn’t mean your customers will magically find you online.
Whether you’re just getting started with a new website, or you’ve had one for a while, we want to help you shine through the noise online.
The world is your oyster, and the options feel endless. Let us help you narrow down your best choices.
Shift to a user-centered website design. Make it as accessible and inclusive as possible, and we all win.
Try It Yourself
We think everyone deserves to have a findable, functional website.
Use our Spotlight Test to assess your own website, and receive your customized results!
Bright Webs Design operates in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People. The Treaties of Peace & Friendship that cover this territory did not include giving up land title or other rights, including the right to hunt and fish their lands and establish trade. We thank these First Peoples who continue to live on these lands and care for them, and whose relationship to these lands existed long before the founding of Canada or Nova Scotia. We are all treaty people. Find out where you live.