FAQs

We at Eternity Web have been building web experiences for over 7 years. In that time we have gained a vast amount of experience and knowledge. We crafted this FAQ page to answer many of the frequently asked questions we were asked along the way.

Q: I am totally new to this "website thing". How does the whole process work?

A: Never fear, that's why we are here. You can learn about our time proven process in our process section.

Q: How long has Eternity Web been building websites?

A: Eternity Web was founded in 2000 by President + Founder, Michael Lannen. You can learn more on our about page.

Q: How long has Eternity Web been building websites?

A: Eternity Web was founded in 2000 by President + Founder, Michael Lannen. You can learn more on our about page.

Q: What kind of businesses do you work with?

A: We work with a broad range of company types [small start-ups, large corporations, nonprofits, B2B, B2C and more] across many business industries [technology, food, apparel, health + beauty, camps, travel, finance, arts, fair trade, and more.]

Over the years, we've helped businesses improve customer service, market their products, and attract customers. Functionality requests range from basic to advanced. Our team takes the time to get to know your industry, organization, and competitors to ensure your site supports all of your goals.

Q: Who will I work with during the project?

A: This is a great question to ask and you should ask it of any web design and development firm you are considering. Many firms will farm out work to freelancers or interns. Some firms give little or no access to client’s who want to speak directly with their designers or developers. Our clients work directly with our tight knit crew of 5. Who that will be depends on your project needs and what stage of the process you are in during the project.

Q: Who will I work with during the project?

A: This is a great question to ask and you should ask it of any web design and development firm you are considering. Many firms will farm out work to freelancers or interns. Some firms give little or no access to client’s who want to speak directly with their designers or developers. Our clients work directly with our tight knit crew of 5. Who that will be depends on your project needs and what stage of the process you are in during the project.