Your website has 5 seconds to attract and hold a visitor’s interest. 

David Lee

Managing Director

Team

Your website has 5 seconds to attract and hold a visitor’s interest. 

David Lee


Managing Director

 

To do this, it must be visually beautiful but different, so you stand out from the competition.

Zach Humm

Creative Director
Team

To do this, it must be visually beautiful but different, so you stand out from the competition.

Zach Humm

Creative Director
 

It must have photos that reveal the charismatic personalities within your company, so visitors instantly relate to the real people they’ll be doing business with.

Daniel Frasier

Photographer
Team

It must have photos that reveal the charismatic personalities within your company, so visitors instantly relate to the real people they’ll be doing business with.

Daniel Frasier

Photographer

It must be written in just the right voice, so you connect personally with visitors.

January Anderson

Content Writer
Team

It must be written in just the right voice, so you connect personally with visitors.

January Anderson

Content Writer
 

And it all needs to come together mindfully, so visitors understand your unique story and why they should do business with you. 

Hui Reccow

Project Manager
Team

And it needs to feel balanced, so visitors understand your unique story and why they should do business with you.

Hui Reccow

Project Manager

At i5 Web Design, we’ve assembled the right talents to create that kind of website for you
— one that turns visitors into customers.

David’s life approach is like his business philosophy: to convert ideas to action.  His inspiration is from a variety of sources, including training in aikido, living in Japan as an exchange student, and working with business owners from all different types of industries.  David gets immense satisfaction from helping his clients grow their business by creating premier websites that serve as an integral part of his client’s marketing strategy.
Zach’s passion is to design and develop unique multimedia experiences. His other love is the growing sport of disc golf. He loves to compete semi-professionaly and organizes a club in Southern California.
Daniel began using a camera as a U.S. Marine in Afghanistan, snapping pictures of infantry life. His photos show more than a subject’s physical likeness — they reveal insight, tell stories, and convey trust. Away from the camera, Daniel finds bliss in fly-fishing, hiking, and camping.
January Anderson’s favorite toy from the age of eight was her mother’s typewriter, which she used to craft whimsical “newspapers” for her large family.  It was the beginning of a lifelong passion and fulfilling career — January has loved writing and using the power of language to inform and/or persuade readers ever since. In her spare time, she embraces her inner dolphin by way of intense lap swimming.
Hui Reccow is a rare child of East and West, born in Texas, fluent in Mandarin, and destined to connect people with each other as with themselves. She joyously applies formal training in meditation, aikido, yoga, and modern psychology so she may serve as both a conduit and catalyst, helping to coordinate balanced creative, technical, and intellectual communication.