Albuquerque’s first-ever ‘colorado-inspired’ web design firm opens shop
Albuquerque, New Mexico—The office of Albuquerque-based web design company Colorado has opened up its doors to a select group of prospective customers who’ve applied for a contract.
“The Colorado team at Colorado is dedicated to creating a highly functional web site that is responsive and easy to navigate,” a company representative told Newsweek.
“This includes designing for mobile devices, but also the latest web standards and responsive design tools.
Colorado’s design services can help companies achieve these goals.”
The Coloradans’ Web Design Service was founded in 2011 and is currently in the process of transitioning to a fully-fledged website.
It has been described as a “web design consultancy.”
The company currently offers a variety of web design services to clients ranging from big tech companies to small businesses, including WordPress, Drupal, and Photoshop.
The new colorado.com website, which was designed by Austin Knecht, will feature more of Colorado services such as web templates, layout templates, and design files.
“We are a team of creative professionals who want to take advantage of the latest technologies to deliver quality web designs,” a Colorado representative told Quartz.
“Our design services include design templates, layouts, and more.
Our web design team is made up of designers, graphic designers, photographers, and videographers.
We provide a variety to your project and offer a high level of service and quality.”
As Quartz reports, Colorado said that the new website will be available to those who have completed their pre-order process and will be delivered to their email inboxes on July 19.
Colorado’s website features more than 20,000 color variations and color palettes that are used by Colorado clients and their teams.
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