We work with clients to evaluate every project as a unique system of needs.
As a result, we offer a full range of services that can be
bundled together or served a la carte.
Founded in 1997 by Jamey Brumfield and David Birdwell, Your Plan B Co. has attracted clients that share its straightforward approach. Fueled by return clients, our business has grown steadily.
Our design approach may be different than other web companies’.
Instead of forcing our ideas onto the client, we take steps to
research what is best for the goals of the project.
From social networks to blogs to enewsletters -
let us work with you to add brand recognition and
reach out to your customers.
Not just logo design, we can help focus your overall appearance,
in print and online, to create a consistent message throughout
your business to your target audience.
With over 17 years designing websites for a wide variety of clients – we feel our WOW factor is high!
And so does the Illinois Association of Museums – we have won 5 awards just for our museum work! Also, 3 James Beard, an IPMA Excellence, an American Library Association, Web Health, Museum and the Web, Muse Award, AAM Award for Excellence and more…see our portfolio for more details.
This depends on you. Some of our clients like to make the updates themselves, so we give them a tutorial on website editing. Others enjoy just sending us the change and then they get back to what they do while we make the edit. And then we have options like open source solutions (Drupal, WordPress), which allows you to make edits using a browser based admin tool. Whichever sounds easy to you!
We like what we do. This rubs off on everyone working on the project together. Many of our clients have been with us for over 8 years – we get to know each other which helps define working styles and personalities. Some people are good in the morning and others excel at night. Some people love to be on the phone while others prefer email. The more we know, the better we can work together.
The internet is fluid and we want to make sure that we don’t design something today that would be out of date by the time this project is to go live. Instead, we would rather take the time required to make sure that the structure can support the content. The more pre-planning in the beginning of the website development, the better the site will be able to grow and expand over time. This we have learned from over 17 years designing online.