Want to see something?

These are a few of the sites we’ve built — look at them.

Any typos you see, aren’t ours. We make your site and give it to you to do what you want… even make mistakes*.

*don’t worry, we can help you fix them.

The Zen Garland Order

After seeing our site for Manitou Wellness, The Zen Garland Order decided we were the designers for them!


Julia Crozier – Artist

“The web site looks terrific! You adapted my ideas perfectly, I love it.”

Julia loves the site we made for her.


Manitou Wellness Center

This small organization needed a site that could showcase all the things they do in their community. The owners trained and are running this site all by themselves! Yea for independence!


Monta May, MFA

The site that started it all. An artist site Monta built for her visual art portfolio… don’t judge her, she’s so busy these days it’s a bit out of date.


Bluff Country Studio Art Tour

Every amazing art crawl needs a great site.


Adventure Cycle

Local bicycle shop… lots of cool things to buy. It’s not just bikes, you know.


Coming soon!

An amazing artist needs an amazing site. Emerald Hulsing came to Press.team when she wanted a site.

Going live soon!

Your Site Could Be Here!

Your site is going to be spectacular! You’re gonna want to show it off, and so will we.

Let’s build it!

We do this for our day jobs too!

As the web team for a small university, we build and maintain WordPress sites for offices, schools, departments, and programs at the university.

We currently manage nearly 50 WordPress sites, with more going online all the time!

So you can rest assured, we know what we are doing. And we love doing it!

Let's Work Together

We'll take care of setting up your site so you can concentrate on more important things... like taking care of your business.

Take the plunge and contact us. We promise to do good work for you — and with you.

We like to joke and laugh and carry-on. But we're totally serious about your website.

12 + 5 =

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On the banks of the Misi-ziibi, Ol' Man River, Big Muddy.
You know... M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I.