We create quality products that enrich the lives of others.
Your brand is your business. The visual system that expresses your personality, communicates your values, and distinguishes you from your competitors. With your close involvement, we gather information and examine your business and industry in order to best visually interpret your company.
Web Design & UI
Because a brand is only as successful as its implementation, Focus Lab takes a holistic approach to brand application, channeling the design process to the web experience. Placing emphasis on human experience, we apply strong, intentional visuals across all screen sizes, mobile or desktop.
Development & CMS
Web development is our sweet spot. We work primarily with ExpressionEngine, a flexible and robust CMS. Our dedicated development team consistently delivers top-notch service in: Site Design & Development, Community Site Development, ExpressionEngine Add-ons, and Private Consultation & Training.
Who are we?
A small, passionate, & powerful team.
We value people over profits, quality over quantity, and keeping it real. As such, we deliver an unmatched working relationship with our clients. Our team is intentionally small, eclectic, and skilled; with our in-house expertise, we provide sharp and high-functioning products on both the design and development side.
“The website and tools you've given us are killing it in lead generation, and our AdWords clickthrough and conversion rates are going great!”Ted Todd Insurance
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Here at Focus Lab, we heart our fur babies. We thought we’d take a little time out and introduce you to the fur-side of Focus Lab. Enjoy!
4 days ago - by Kellie Groover
“Be Nice,” and you might just master customer service. Of course it goes much deeper than that. Yes, you have to treat your customers nicely, but above all you must BE that.
2 weeks ago - by Kellie Groover
The word “brand” derives from the burning of livestock (or criminals and slaves, to be historically accurate) with a branding iron. This was a way to show ownership of animals (or people). A branding iron is a tool that helps identify a given producer or owner by way of their mark, or visual identifier. Those early symbols are the foundation of…
3 weeks ago - by Sam Stratton