• Style client websites to be on-brand, visually appealing and easy to navigate
  • Troubleshoot site issues 
  • Handle multiple projects and deadlines under pressure 
  • Guide intern developers as needed
  • Collaborate with development team and Project Manager + programming and design teams to ensure project success



  • You have meticulous attention to detail 
  • You’re familiar with code at a basic level and you have looked into or practiced writing HTML & SCSS code
  • You are interested in working with Adobe photoshop
  • You want to learn website design standards, layout and typography + current trends and technologies
  • You are familiar with or willing to learn web/graphic design and JavaScript/JQuery skills 
  • You are a team player with a positive attitude


  • Paid time off
  • Voluntary OT (@time-and-a-half pay)
  • Health insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • HSA option
  • Paid half-hour lunch (8 hours work = 8 hours pay)
  • Corporate sponsored Lifetime Fitness membership
  • Local small-batch coffee on tap
  • Be your own boss
  • Interact with successful business owners
  • A family-first company


As an entry-level front-end developer, work with ~50 copywriters, digital marketers, graphic designers, videographers, front-end developers, and programmers to fulfill our mission: Improving the Economy One Business at a Time™ with Profit Generating Websites™. Go capitalism! 🦅 🗽 Our team also has server admins and a few onsite technicians who double as in-house IT. See photos of the team. We grew up on a lot of direct-with-proprietor small business relationships back before website marketing was even a thing. Now a full-service marketing agency, we place more radio and podcast ads than anyone in Wisconsin. As our clients continue to grow, we now collaborate with robust and digitally literate in-house teams. The next phase in our growth is all about ownership mindset and culture fit. That means you: a self-starter who loves interacting daily with successful clients and colleagues. You take feedback well and can give it back, candidly and respectfully. Ideal candidates love responsibility and self-management (no babysitting!). That means you want to own the outcomes: you will be expected to troubleshoot, improvise, and often make decisions on your own about overcoming issues - not passing the buck to someone else!