WASHINGTON, May 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Clutch has published its first local reports on web design companies located in Minneapolis, St. Louis, and Indianapolis. The research leverages Clutch's proprietary methodology, mapping each firm's focus on web design services against their ability to deliver world-class results for their clients.
The featured Minneapolis firms are: Westwerk, 3plains, 3five, Creed Interactive, Realm Web Design, BrandHoot, Morsekode, Origin Eight, Nerland Co., Aware Web Solutions, 8bitstudio, Horizontal Integration, and Ackmann & Dickenson.
The featured St. Louis firms are: Matchbox Design Group, Seafoam Media, Spry Digital, Roundedcube, Engage Software, Captiva Marketing, Insite Advice, and Integrity Web Consulting.
The featured Indianapolis firms are: Blue Group Solutions, Cellaflora, MediaFuel, DJ Case & Associates, Roundpeg, TrendyMinds, The Web Guys, and Made by Munsters.
"Our online attention spans are very short, especially when we're on our mobile devices," stated Sean Huang, Business Analyst at Clutch. "Leading web design firms like these are able to create websites that not only look appealing, but also instantly capture and hold potential clients' attention."
The research is based on over a dozen quantitative and qualitative factors, including company experience, client list, industry recognition, market presence, and client reviews. The company profiles with details on expertise, service lines, and full-length reference interviews are published on clutch.co.
Clutch's effort to identify leading web design agencies is ongoing. Clutch encourages established companies to apply to be included in future research updates.
Clutch is a Washington, DC-based B2B research firm that identifies top service providers and solutions firms that deliver results for their clients. The Clutch methodology is an innovative research process, melding the best of traditional B2B research and newer consumer review services. To date, Clutch has researched and reviewed 1,000+ companies spanning 50+ market segments.