In the past six years the Web has grown exponentially from its humble
beginnings as a minor Defense Department project. At first it was individuals
and a few enterprising businesses who pioneered the way, but eventually
big corporations came to see the value of this new realm of commerce
and communication. Because of this it has been big business, with its
"corporate identity" and "Fortune 500 look", that
has been driving the look and the feel of the web. As a result the look
and feel of the web has become mired in this Orwellian world: web design
has become a big business too. Unfortunately it's not the web design
that we would like to see, as designers and artists. Instead of telling
a thousand words with one image, today's web sites tell only five: "we're
just like everyone else."
This may be fine for the business world and the companies that serve
it, but there are still some of us who like to see imagination and art,
rather than just uniformity. Does this mean that your site will be any
less functional? Of course not. Will it be any harder to navigate or
use? We'd never do that to you. The web is still a medium of communication,
and to that end our first duty is to making your message come across
clear and strong. What we do is to make sure that you will have a site
which is unique, elegant, meaningful, and precise.
We're not a big company, but we are a company with big ideas and with
an unlimited enthusiasm for pushing our art form to the furthest limits
that you can imagine. What we do and who we are is a product of years
of experience in not only designing for the web, but even more importantly,
using the web as your customers will use it. When Seventh Galaxy comes
to work for you, all of our best comes with us, and joins in a synergistic
force to create. These efforts are put forth to best serve our community.
We are bringing technology back into the hands of the people! We want
everyone to know that they can have their little slice of this wild
wild web and more importantly, we want them to take advantage of it.
While money pays the bills, we have been and will remain reasonable
and responsive to everyone's needs.