Technology is constantly shifting in the online world. At Windmill Design we offer a wide range of development and design options and recommendations, allowing our team to build websites that drive business results using the latest industry best practices. Let Windmill Design help you use your website as the most effective marketing tool for your business.

  • How Email Marketing Can Put More B2B Leads in Your Hands

    Everyone likes to use new and shiny methods. But in the process, the fundamentals often get ignored. Imagine you wanted to be a professional tennis player and instead of starting with the basics of the game, you tried to start with trick shots. It’s not likely that you would make … View Article

  • How Buyer Personas Affect Your B2B Marketing Strategy

    In 2012, the Hollywood film industry spent $80 million dollars on market research. Why does this research matter to them? For a movie to become a blockbuster, it takes more than special effects and a big-name star. It needs to connect with the things moviegoers are innately seeking. Hollywood puts … View Article

  • Windmill Design Founder Kathy Mrozek Featured by MMPA

    The Minnesota Media & Publishing Association has been producing impactful educational information from expert publishers for over 20 years. As part of its educational goals, it recently interviewed Kathy Mrozek, the founder of Windmill Design, to discuss web design and UX best practices. In her interview with Glenn Hansen of … View Article

  • How the Gutenberg Update (WordPress 5.0) Will Affect Your Website

    In 1450 one of Gutenberg’s first printing presses went into operation. This invention changed the world, previously books had to be copied by hand and mass producing was extremely difficult. With the invention of the printing press, books could now be produced at a rate that wasn’t possible before. What … View Article

  • Why you should review your website more frequently in 2018

    Imagine if clothing shops never updated their window models with new designs. People would likely get bored, and they’d stop attracting new customers because of the outdated styles. Your website is a lot like that shop. Technology is constantly changing, and people expect that respectable companies maintain a reasonably modern … View Article

  • Windmill Design Recognized as Market Leader

    It is with great excitement we share that we have been recognized as one of the top web designers in Minneapolis! This distinction has been given to us by the B2B ratings and reviews service, Clutch. After thorough market research and contact with the clients of dozens of Minneapolis web … View Article

  • Our Client: The Scholarly Kitchen Receives Award for Website Redesign

    On June 28, 2018, The Society for Scholarly Publishing (SSP) received a silver award at the Association Media & Publishing Annual EXCEL Awards, which recognizes the best and the brightest in association media and publishing. Recognizing Outstanding Website or App Performance To win an EXCEL Award, you must have a … View Article

  • How Live Chat Improves B2B Conversion Rates

    When’s the last time you used a chat service? Whether you used Facebook, Hangouts, Slack, or a text message, you’ve probably chatted with someone today. This form of communication has become a standard part of our lives since its introduction in the ’90s and now it’s embedded itself in the … View Article

  • What Is the GDPR and What Does It Mean for Your Website

    The European Union has implemented a rule known as the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR. You may have seen this mentioned in the news, in your email inbox, or on the websites you visit. It’s highly visible to you as a consumer, but how should it affect you as … View Article

  • 3 Things You Can Do to Improve Your B2B Marketing Today

    The thought of improving your business-to-business marketing might be daunting to you. It can conjure up images of intense user research, constant split testing, and endless ad campaign variations. While these things are all valuable in their own right, you don’t need to dive deep down a rabbit hole to … View Article