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Web Design & Development


Schildbach Design combines thoughtful planning, creative design, and solid coding knowledge, to build websites for small businesses, creative independent projects, non-profits, and institutions. There are many other resources for cookie cutter template websites; Schildbach Design seeks to provide clients with websites that have unique qualities, just as every human and business is unique. Stephen Schildbach keeps in close contact with his clients, gathering the material for the site, consulting throughout the process, and educating clients on how to update their own site.

Identity Design

Identity Design

Schildbach Design specializes in creative full business identities for small businesses and individuals. Stephen Schildbach works closely with his clients to plan for an identity that is true to the client’s goals and skills. The entire package usually consists of a logo design, a website, social media, and print collateral. Stephen is connected to a large community—from web developers to photographers— who work with Schildbach Design if the project requires a larger team.


Schildbach Design develops primarily in the Content Management System WORDPRESS. Whether you need a membership site, shopping cart, brochure site, or blog, Stephen Schildbach has gained a knowledge of WordPress that has opened up a wide array of possibilities for his client’s projects. If you are familiar with WordPress terminology, Stephen is able to custom code:

  • Themes
  • Plugins
  • Custom Post Types
  • Content Loops
  • Functions that change the WordPress core

Client Showcase

Client Showcase


Print is a small part of marketing in the 21st century, but it still has value. Whether a part of a business identity, or a single standing piece, Schildbach Design does business cards, brochures, books, posters, advertisements and more. Behind every piece, is over 20 years of professional design experience. Stephen values graphic design that visually communicates and challenges the viewer.