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A web design and marketing firm born and raised in Silicon Valley. Serving clients from New York to Los Angeles.

Services We Provide (7)

Marketing Consulting/StrategyBranding/PositioningWeb DevelopmentDigital MarketingGraphic DesignUser Experience/User InterfaceWeb Design

Business Overview

Small, Enterprise

$5,000 or more

Less than $500, monthly

B2B

National

Technologies We Support (4)

Adobe Creative SuiteGoogle AnalyticsMail ChimpWordPress

Industry Expertise (1)

Business Services

What Makes Us Different?

We are much more than just design. Studio 22 provides a full suite of digital marketing and design services carefully created for one thing: to help your business succeed! We work with all types of businesses from small businesses to national and international technology startups. 

What we do

Website Design & Development
Having a professionally designed and custom built website is critical to the success of your business. Even a simple brochure-style website with limited functionality should look amazing. We don’t use pre-built themes, all of our work is custom designed before we write a single line of code.

Branding & Logo Design
As the old saying goes: “You only get one chance to make a first impression.” A strong logo that resonates with your customers and provides an emotional connection is critical to the success of your brand. It’s the first visual relationship they have with you—make it count.

UX/UI Design
Steve Jobs once famously said: “It’s not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” This is especially true in User Experience and User Interface design. When we work with clients on product, web, or app UX/UI, we work to understand the user’s journey first. Then we design technical and visual soultions that satisfy the needs of the client.

Naming & Brand Strategy
Your name is more important than you might think. We typically recommend a brand identity that immediately defines or at least infers what your business is all about. Classic examples are Facebook, UPS, MTV (when they showed videos), Duracell, Mastercard, Land Rover, etc. The goal is always to ‘shorten the sale’.