Affordable Websites for People Doing Things That Matter

What You Do Matters

We believe in people doing things. Whether you're an artist, craftsperson, retail shop, or jack-o-lantern of all trades, your website is a key component of your success. It's the thing that shows your potential customers what sets you apart—why you're the right [insert your thing] for the job. 

We design and develop beautiful, fast, and affordable custom-made websites for the things that you do. With our expertise in building better digital experiences, it can take as little as six to eight weeks to go from an idea to launching your new website.

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Building Better Digital Experiences

At Perfectly Fine, we design and develop websites that present what you do to your target audience with the same passion and attention to detail that you put into your work every day. We work together to craft a clean, modern and mobile-friendly website—with a beautiful layout, good photography, and quality content—that exceeds expectations.

About Perfectly Fine

What We Do Matters

Perfectly Fine doesn't do everything. We are not a full-service agency. Our specialty is designing and developing small (and sometimes not-so-small) custom websites. As a complement to that endeavor, we also do SEO and plan and manage Google Adwords PPC campaigns.

Web Design

We specialize in designing custom mobile-friendly websites for artists, makers, and do-ers. We work with Wordpress and Perch CMS.


We will work together to identify SEO issues (and solutions) that will improve your website's search presence and make you easier to find.

Google Adwords

Drive traffic to your website with a Google Adwords PPC (pay-per-click) campaign that meets your goals and budget.

Our Services

Latest Project

McLean County Museum of History

McLean County Museum of History is a mid-sized AAM-accredited history museum in Bloomington, Illinois. Located in the old county courthouse, which has been beautifully restored to its original grandeur, the museum has four permanent exhibits and two rotating exhibits on a variety of topics in regional history. 

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