We focus on a single project at a time. Yours.
Single Focus Web is committed to building nonprofits and change-makers the websites they need to further their mission, increase impact and bring in donations.
When we say single focus, we mean it. We take only a handful of projects at a time to ensure maximum attention is paid to your organization.
Our mission is to put more eyes on the meaningful work you do in Tucson, Southern Arizona and across the Southwest. We can make a website that will work hard for you while you do the work that matters.
Do you know any of our clients? Ask them about us! You don’t need to take our word for it, read some of our testimonials.
MEET OUR TEAM
Web designers with 24+ years
combined nonprofit experience
FOUNDER, CREATIVE DIRECTOR
Cecily has been building, designing and maintaining websites for close to 20 years. It is a source of pride to Cecily that most of those years have focused on the digital needs of nonprofits. Prior to forming Single Focus Web, Cecily worked for an international web shop called Cornershop Creative as a Technical Project Manager for larger nonprofits. Cecily specialized in pairing innovative web design with usability focused on the special needs of these mission-driven organizations.
Single Focus Web was created to provide that same depth of service and customization to the smaller more localized nonprofits in and around Tucson and the Southwest.
Cecily had already met Jessica close to a decade prior while working as the Senior Web Developer for the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona. Together they had worked to raise the food bank’s annual online revenue to $1.4 million with a boisterous and growing digital supporter base. As soon as Single Focus Web was off the ground- Cecily invited Jessica to join her.
SENIOR DESIGNER AND PROJECT LEAD
With 15 years of experience, Jessica specializes in UX design, identity/branding and logos, iconography systems, and custom illustrations.
After five years in the printing industry, she went on to design for local non-profits, including the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, and then a tech company, Simpleview, creating imagery for the tourism industry.