“FoxiAD work met all my expectations. There were no disturbance with problem solving or certain improvements” - “Pabiručių sveikata” manager Audronė Mulevičienė

Internetiniu svetainiu kurimas, Ieva Povilaitiene,
"Cooperation has been inclusive and productive, was sought creative solutions. I was always getting detailed answers to questions. FoxiAD team really care about the customer and the quality of services“ - PhDs. Ieva Povilaitienė

Why us ?

Most clients gave a written feedback on FoxiAD work on websites’ building and design. Our clients continue working with us and recommend us to others. This is our ultimate advertising!

We begin our projects from the statistics and tactics of Internet marketing. When current situation and measurable goals are at our knowledge, all roads to success become wide and straight. Website building is directed towards an Internet marketing strategy from the very beginning.

99% of all projects are accomplished on time without exceeding primary budget. Clients communicate with a project manager only and have no contacts with programmer and designer. This is a way to guarantee effective and smooth website building. May all of us do what we know best.


Before creating a website or an e-shop

1. Answer who you are

When seeking to build a website or an e-shop without chasing popular trends or marketing theories, lean on your own uniqueness and distinctiveness. This will help you to set clear goals and not to wander among countless business ideas, advisors and directions.

After clearing out busisness “Self” to yourself ant others, you may create a recognizable business face/identity – a brand.

2. Create a business face or identity

Creating a brand may be a longer process then you expected, therefore think of this time as an investment to your long term goals. Remember that brand creation process embraces image, idea, communication and what your clients, customers, users say about it.

In other words – your business face is created not only by you, designer, and a marketing specialist but also by your audience, in a wide sense.

3. Do not create products – create experiences

As you create experiences you are going to need not only specific actions that invite to click, buy, ask or register. You will also need creativity and some “clairvoyance” in order to understand clients’ wishes, expectations ad secret desires.

Ask yourself – what feelings, sensations and associations causes your product or service that you are offering? The more honest you will be to yourself, the biggest chance you will hear the real needs of your clients.