Web Design and Content Writing for Growing Businesses

We’re a design and content studio creating friendly branding and websites.

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Designed With Your Customers In Mind

We create human-centered designs that help you serve your customers better by combining functional design with impactful content.

Whether you’re a new company looking to create an engaging website or an established business eager to spruce up your brand, we’ll strategize, brainstorm, design, and implement branding and website solutions that optimize your presence online and on the streets.


Work We’ve Done

A selection of projects we’ve had a hand in.

We’re Here to Help You Grow

Good design helps flesh out the details and guide your branding strategy. We use our complimentary​ experiences in design and content writing to find rational, creative solutions to your challenges.

We’re personal.

As your partners in design, we strive to understand your business and unique goals from the get-go.

We’re focused.

Connect with your people through impactful and intuitive design that always puts user experience first.

We’re results-driven.

We use proven design principles and a research-centric approach throughout our web design and branding processes.

Hello!

Your brand deserves professionals (and hey, that’s us!). We’re Adrian and Carlene, two creative-minded people bringing our enthusiasm for functional design and engaging writing into everything we do.

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Adrian Trimble – Designer and Developer
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Carlene Kurdziel – Content Writer

Our experiences in our respective specialties—Adrian in design and marketing, and Carlene in content writing—paved the way for us to holistically combine our skills. Spence Digital is designed to support businesses with the right collateral to grow their brand and expand their reach both on and offline.

What else do we enjoy? Biking, long walks to clear our heads, trains (one of us more than the other…), Roald Dahl, good food, good beer, and shoulder-shaking to JAMS (at the time of publication, these jams were mainly Michelle Branch and Daft Punk).