Jimnio Web Design of Edmonds, Washington is a full-service web design company founded in 2014. The company develops and improves professional websites for customers across a wide range of industries, including advertising, communications, fashion, finance, e-commerce, law, medical and health, construction, insurance, and real estate.
The company’s expertise is its commitment to offer custom-made web design for every client, from small business websites to giant e-commerce websites. By meeting the growing technological and design needs of its various clients at reasonable prices, Jimnio Web Design has grown to become one of the largest web design companies in Washington.
As the business leader in web design services, Jimnio Web Design has earned several industry awards that serve to highlight its status as a respected and top-earning company. In 2017 Jimnio Web Design got a Silver ADDY Award from the AAF
By choosing to partner with Jimnio Web Design, you can be guaranteed to have a full-functioning website that will effectively reach your targeted audience and help increase your company’s online profile. Availing any Jimnio Web Design service can ensure that your company gets an edge in the increasingly competitive online market because we make sure that your website is professionally built and works across multiple screen sizes and device types including cell phones, iPads and other tablets.
Here, we give you more reasons to seek our expertise:
Our company offers high-quality premium website design services that are customized according to a client’s requirements. We work with clients closely to understand each company’s online target audience and address their specific needs. On every project, we engage multiple web designers to give more design options. Having more options available to you means that you can mix and match elements from different concepts and incorporate them into the final design.
Our team has worked with thousands of individuals, small businesses, start-up businesses, and large corporations. We design mobile and search engine friendly CMS websites. We know web design, and we make the website design process an easy one for all clients.
Competitive price packages.
At Jimnio Web Design, we offer quality service that can be customized according to your company’s needs and budget. The company’s design packages are reasonably priced, starting as low as $499 for a quality 5-page responsive CMS website design.
Search engine friendly.
All of our website designs, including e-commerce websites, are search engine friendly.
Availability and Time to Market.
At Jimnio Web Design, we understand a company’s need to have an effective online presence as soon as possible. Our company employs designers, graphic artists, programmers, and system specialists who work efficiently and put in an intensive effort in order to meet your tight schedule. In fact we give discounts to clients who approve and help us finish their websites on time.
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By the end of the decade, Edmonds had gained its first schoolhouse, sawmill, hotel, and drug store. The Town of Edmonds was formally incorporated as a fourth-class village of 600 acres (240 ha) on August 14, 1890, following an election by residents on August 7. To meet the minimum population of 300 residents required for incorporation, a popular legend states that Brackett added the names of his two oxen to the census conducted prior to the election. Edmonds is the oldest incorporated city in Snohomish County. Brackett was elected as the town’s mayor for several months and the new town council passed ordinances to regulate or ban saloons, gambling establishments, and boarding houses. The same year, Edmonds was selected as a stop on the Seattle and Montana Railroad (later absorbed into the Great Northern Railway), sparking interest from real estate investors. The Minneapolis Realty and Investment Company bought 455 acres (1.84 km2) of the townsite from Brackett for $36,000 and built a new hotel and wharf. The railway arrived in 1891, but failed to spark a land rush and the investment plan fell apart during the Panic of 1893, leaving Brackett to foreclose on the land.