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BLOGS THAT WILL DRIVE TRAFFIC TO YOUR SITE

Your Website Deserves a Strong Foundation

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SEO - Grasping for the Golden Ring

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HTML Email Reaps Rewards for Your Venture

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Response Forms Initiate a Dialogue That Leads to Sales

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Google Analytics - Like a Ronco Veg-A-Matic

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Google Maps - Get Found Dynamically

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Mobile Web - Beem Me Up To My Cell Phone

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Today's sites engage your audience, how does your site stack up?

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THILL DESIGN—IN IT FOR THE LONG HAUL

You won't find many designers or developers who love the open road feeling of a new project the way I do. And I've got a lot of miles under my belt—try four decades of experience you can draw upon.

How do I work? Before we depart on your quest, it would be nice to have a handle on your destination. So let's take a shot at this key question: What goals and aspirations do you have for your website and/or marketing materials? Here's a suggestion: let's define your audience, then talk about what tools reach them best.

Once we have a vivid picture of our destination in mind, the road can become astonishingly smooth. I’ve seen it time and time again. We’ll reach that desired destination efficiently and cost-effectively, and I gotta tell you this: I love the ride along the way. The creative process that combines my expertise with your unique needs is why I love what I do!

A road map of my career

I started out filling glue pots in 1972 as an assistant art director at Madison's largest advertising agency. The insight I gained into the workings of an advertising agency whetted my appetite to be my own boss and I soon launched my freelance career as Phill Thill Design.

Over the years, my skill set deepened, the client base grew, and the work progressed until I found myself with a full staff and a substantial client list. All the projects from Cuna, Snap-on, Kohler, Ohmeda, Third Wave, not to mention the many law firms, hi-tech startups, and small businesses, made the next couple of decades fly by like dashed lines on a highway.

As the digital age evolved, I evolved with it by augmenting my graphic design abilities with web development skills. Then in 2005 I founded Senscia, LLC, a web design/development firm. My two partners and I were on an exceptional growth curve until the recession hit in 2008. I’d also turned 62 that year. My thinking was “Well, I’ve had a great run, but I guess it’s time to hang it up for good.” Retirement lasted for about two restless years; I couldn't stand not having design work to do. So, here I am back on the project open road again, loving the fact that I’m laying down more miles.

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