It's All Here~~~


About Me ~

Hi, my name is Kathy Kosek and the name of my business is KJK Web Design Services. I have been involved with website development for over 17 years. Honestly, it really wasn't until after I completed my first personal website that included links to both my daughters' interests, (Art and Music) did I decide that I wanted to work on an individual basis with clients who wanted to work with a developer on a personal level. After I completed that site, I decided to start my own business called "KJK Web Design Services". Although my sites slogan is "It's All Here" meaning Art, Music, and Web Design Services –I am really proud to say that KJK Web Design Service's main strength is "Personal Customer Service". I will work with every client from beginning to end - with the end result being a website that works for them --within their budget.

Art Available

All art images on this website are available for purchase at Society 6 Website: Art Prints, Framed Art Prints, Stretched Canvases, Stationary Cards, Iphone and Ipod Cases, Ipad Cases, Iphone and Ipod skins, Laptop covers, t-shirts, throw pillows, Hoodies and totebags and more

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Why you need a Website?

Websites work. No matter what your business or profession, a website can generate business, promote goodwill among customers and prospects, and deliver strong marketing messages - whether your business is small, large or in-between, well-established or brand-new.

People use the Web in greater and greater numbers, more and more every day. Even if you are a completely local small business, service, contractor or consultant, odds are people have used search engines to look for your web site - and if you don't have a web site... well, you get the picture.

Your business Web page delivers that picture to your customers and prospects, and does it 24/7/365.

Perhaps the most common misconception about business websites is that they must offer products for purchase, accept credit cards and process financial transactions, and so on. Nothing could be farther from the truth.

While ecommerce websites are increasingly popular, the vast majority of business websites are still information and communication rather than purchase-oriented.