SK Advertising+Design is a full-service marketing, website design, advertising & development agency. Over the last 46 years, we’ve built strong relationships with a variety of clients, from high-profile national corporations to locally owned small businesses.
In 2013, we focused our web design efforts on credit unions, after several successful projects and many referrals from happy credit union clients. We found we do our best work with credit unions; perhaps it’s our shared values, our “smaller is better” philosophy, or our partnership mentality. But we like to think it’s because of how we make our clients feel: welcomed, informed and excited.
Our clients receive results that surpass expectations, regardless of your ;project’s size or budget. Our consultative approach to developing websites, through our in-depth discovery process, considers your credit union's business model, your members, your competition and your current marketing strategies. Once we review this data, we'll have a clear vision of where your new website needs to go. It's what sets us apart from our competition.
Key Team Members
Paul has been with SK Advertising+Design for 25 years. Beginning as a production artist, several years later he moved into a client/project management role. In 2000, Paul purchased the company, assuming the roles of CCO & CEO. While the agency has a long history of providing marketing & advertising solutions for clients in many industries, SK has been successful in adding credit union web development and digital marketing to its services over the past several years.
Alan is Director of Website Design and Development, he is responsible for all aspects of the website development process from design to launch. With over 18 years of experience creating websites based on the specific needs of each client, he does not believe in a one-size-fits-all approach. This is what led him to develop our proprietary CMS that is tailored to each client’s requirements rather than utilizing an off-the-shelf solution such as Wordpress or Joomla.