Designing and building super-fast, responsive websites isn’t enough. You need a full-service digital agency that gets you great results too.

  1. GMS
    GMS
    As Ohio's no. 1 professional employer organization, Group Management Services needed a way to educate business owners on the services they provide.
  2. Vocon
    Vocon
    Structured content makes site updates super easy.
  3. Cuyahoga Arts & Culture
    Cuyahoga Arts & Culture
    How a new website increased the visibility of arts and cultural events by over 1000%
  4. GeoCorp, Inc.
    GeoCorp, Inc.
    Bet you didn't know you can "Build Your Own Thermocouple" online.
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discover discover.
We dig deep to uncover insights into your audience’s wants + needs to develop a solid strategy that will lead to conversions.
get a website assessment
build build.
Then, we’ll build a super fast-loading solution using the best of modern web development practices and technologies.
web design + development
promote promote.
We’ll market your organization online and analyze the effectiveness of our efforts every month to deliver the maximum return on investment.
digital marketing

About Aztek

We design, build, and promote websites. We're from Cleveland.
We're Agile. We like donuts.
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“I would be remiss to call Aztek a ‘vendor’, rather they are a ‘partner’. From the launch of the first project, to the ongoing support… Aztek’s work has greatly impacted GMS internally and externally. The return has far surpassed the investment.”
Tim Austin, GMS
A Primer on Site Speed and Performance

A Primer on Site Speed and Performance
Site speed (performance) should be treated as reverently as the content, design, functionality, and SEO considerations of the website.

Site speed (performance) should be treated as reverently as the content, design, functionality, and SEO considerations of the website. Everybody wants their site to load fast, but often lose sight of this during the site's development when big images or video, features, and functionality seem to drive most decisions at the expense of page speed. When this happens, the end result is a slow-loading site that turns users away before they even see those features. Continue…