Venice Beach Web Design


Venice Beach Web DesignVenice beach local businesses looking for a good web design firm also based in Venice need look no farther.  My team and I build excellent professional websites that can help you get more business.  My name is Joel Gross and I am the founder of Coalition Technologies.  We are locally based here in Venice beach (you can find us at the corner of Paloma & Speedway).  We understand the marketing needs of businesses based in Venice and your unique opportunities as well as potential difficulties.

What types of websites can we build?

  • Simple, brochure style websites for small businesses
  • Custom websites with administrative backends so you can easily maintain your site
  • Ecommerce websites built to handle credit cards & transaction processing
  • Web applications (social networks, subscriptions, video sites, etc)

As a Venice Beach web design firm, we are proud work with members of this artistic community.

Our Address:

15 Paloma Ave
Venice, CA 90291

Our Phone Number:

888.800.9101 – Just ask for Joel!

As members of the Venice beach community you may occasionally see us walking Frida, our Westie mascot, on the boardwalk or spot us having a beer in the Otherroom, or even shopping at the little local co-op on Rose.

Why should you hire our Venice Beach web design service?

Our staff has 25 years of combined experience building websites and I personally have worked on many major websites.  If you visit our company’s official website at you can view some of our previous work and see more about our services.

If you live in Venice Beach and have thought about hiring a web design services company, please give me a call and let me show you how I will build you the best possible website for your business.

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Joel Gross

Joel Gross is the CEO of Coalition Technologies.

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