Why We Collaborate With Our Clients

Jul 5, 2021

Based out of Silicon Valley, our team of artists, programmers, designers, and marketing experts works hard to deliver quality branding, design, and marketing solutions to our clients.

Since founding Studio 22, we have worked diligently to adapt to the fast paced, ever changing web and digital design industry. We work with clients spanning from Fortune 500 companies to small, local non-profits and have built our work philosophy around strong client collaboration.

Why Client Collaboration?

Client collaboration allows us to develop close relationships with our clients. We are proud of the work we have produced so far and our clients have shared some of their positive experiences working with us on Clutch.

Clutch is an independent B2B ratings and reviews firm based in the heart of Washington, D.C. More than 100,000 buyers use Clutch every month to find digital marketing, web design, and development firms for their next big projects.

Analysts at Clutch compare service providers based on verified client reviews, market presence and ability to deliver. Given the growing importance of platforms like Yelp and TripAdvisor, it is evident that consumers in all industries are basing more of their buying decisions on online reviews and ratings.

Listed below are some highlights from our client reviews featured on Clutch:

“They were extremely helpful on the project and the end result is very functional.”

– Digital Marketing Director, Computer Software Startup

“Having a web designer who is surrounded by top technology in Silicon Valley is a real advantage.”

– Founder, Sheryl Steinberg Interior Design

 “They were great and I can only say positive things about them.”

– San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art

In our goal of helping businesses reach their full potential, input from past and present clients is crucial for allowing us to understand both our strengths and areas of improvement.

We look forward to hearing more from our clients and continuing our partnership with Clutch. You can read our clients’ full reviews on our Clutch profile or find us listed on the Top Web Designers in San Jose directory.

Olga Guryanova

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