We build websites for freelancers and small to medium sized businesses
We are Kirsten Schelper and Elisabeth Hölzl. We are two website professionals from Munich.
We build flexible websites that are a breeze to work with. All you need to do is concentrate on what you want to accomplish with your website.
Meanwhile we have been working together for quite some years. Kirsten Schelper and Elisabeth Hölzl created several websites and blogs for us.
These projects have not only been characterized by a pleasant and appreciative dialogue but also by openness to new ideas and a lot of commitment.
During mutual brainstorming sessions they come up with new and sound approaches which they put into practice real quick. We have always felt well advised.
What I find especially amazing is that I can absolutely rely on them to give me their honest assessment:
Their top priority is not to sell their service at all costs but to find the very best solution for their clients. That’s something you rarely find on the market. It is a sign for splendor and true partnership.
We are looking forward to many more years!
Elisabeth and Kirsten have just built my new website. They have done an amazing job in a very short timescale and I am really pleased with it.
At every stage Elisabeth made it easy for me and she handled just about everything without involving me in any of the technicalities, perfect.
I now, for the first time, have a website that I am confident to point towards and to market my services with it behind me. It has been a pleasure to work with Elisabeth and Kirsten.
I look forward to continuing our business relationship.
Bavarian women power doubled, Kirsten and Elisabeth are two amazing women who are masters of their trade with loads of WordPress knowledge.
The communication is always open, clear and very cordial.
If I would write an ebay feedback it would say ‘Top performance, lots of fun, I can only recommend them!’.
And I’d give 5 stars.
It’s nearly impossible to compare our old website with the new one. The buying process for our customers is like in any other webshop now.
For us, the shop is easier to manage now, even though we needed to learn much on the way. We have a lot more options to adapt the shop home page.
I love how we are able to showcase our products now.
Case Studies and Projects
Online Store for all things Origami: Viereck-Verlag
The Viereck-Verlag publishing house located in Freising (near Munich) publishes books on Origami and exhibition catalogues. The shop started as a mere side project, in order to be able to offer access to the beautiful papers and books available world-wide.
Today, the shop offers an extensive and well-chosen selection of Origami paper and most beautiful books on Origami.
Gruse Mechanical Engineering
This was a rather special project: The website had been launched, concept and design long done. But the technical base did not work as expected. It needed a technical overhaul, while the look and feel had to stay the same.Read Case Study “%s”
Wirtschaftsweiber – A German association of Lesbian Business Women
“Wirtschaftsweiber” is the only professional networking organization for lesbians in Germany. Rebuilding the website represented the conclusion of a thorough realignment process. Goal of the website is to grow the network by attracting more women, especially young professionals.Read Case Study “%s”
Heintges Architects, NY
The architecture company Heintges had picked Elmastudio’s UBUD theme for the relaunch of their website. The most important task of the website is to showcase Heintges’ impressive construction projects. In order to allow for UBUD to support that kind of showcase, we extended the theme’s functionality.Read Case Study “%s”
Franciscan Province of Germany
The Franciscan Province of Germany wanted a more modern look and feel for its website. We developed a content strategy and built the WordPress base accordingly. Current topics now take centre stage, the website has become a modern and lively communication hub for the fraternity.Read Case Study “%s”
DSA Building Performance Ltd.
Dave Stitt, founder of DSA Building Performance Ltd., had found himself in a sort of dilemma: The existing company website did no longer represent his offers and activities and he had no real idea how to go on from there. But Dave wanted the website to be part of his marketing concept as well as a platform for his online activities. The release of his latest book “Deep and Deliberate Delegation” finally was the reason to address the topic.Read Case Study “%s”