Lynnpdesign’s customer service strategy demonstrates our commitment to our clients. It is our aim to provide the best customer service possible.



Lynnpdesign has an excellent track record that demonstrates our belief in long-term relationships with our clients. Many clients have worked with us for over 10 years.

We take pride in giving life to your visions and work hard to achieve your goals and maintain them.

Our range of services includes web design, internet marketing, and social networking.

We are committed to excellence in our services.

We strive to make your website appealing and effective, SEO friendly, fast loading, and with an efficient navigation system.



Our clients are quick to praise our services:


Lynn has been a fantastic addition to my cause in a dozen different ways. But as far as her work with doing my website, she has been efficient, professional, creative, truly amazing. I’d be very lost without her help. She is experienced and knowledgeable and anyone would be very lucky to have her work on their site.  – EJ Scott – site


Lynn has been my webmaster for over a decade and I can’t say enough about her talents and the help she has given me. I would be lost without her. She has been a blessing to me in all ways and I highly recommend her to anyone who is looking for a professional, accomplished and thorough person to design (and in my case) maintain their web site.    Peter Ford – site


For nearly ten years now, I have been fortunate to utilize Lynn Powell Dougherty’s artistic expertise and technological acumen to help me showcase my literary endeavors online, and it is been an enjoyable professional alliance of which I am most grateful. Lynn is a true master at her craft, and her keen artistic eye and unwavering perseverance and professionalism are second to none. I hope that Lynn and I can continue to work together for many more years because her work is absolutely impeccable. She is extremely talented, and as far as I’m concerned, she is nothing less than a genius at web design. Thank you, Lynn, for all your wonderful efforts on my behalf. – John O’Dowd  – site and site



No matter what your needs, Lynnpdesign will be happy to design a new site for you. We work quickly and accurately and are happy to be at your service. Let your web site demonstrate how the internet can, by using multimedia concepts that are not available in print, thrill and meet the needs of your current and new customers.



If you already have a web site that you don’t like or that just needs a face lift, Lynnpdesign can help.

Frequently sites go unchanged for long periods of time and just need a “new coat of paint” to make them current. It is either that the site takes too long to load, causing your customers to get bored and click away or, the images are of poor quality and outdated. The sites and any images I design, will be optimized for the web to load faster and look better.

Technology is always changing and by using the new ways of building web sites, like css and html5 and a content management system, you can do more and load it faster.



Enough cannot be said about the need for site maintenance. Change is the only constant on the internet and surely you’ll want to add new things and change the old, when needed.

New technology drives how we do things and keeping your site in the current mode is essential. Additionally, you’ll need to register your site, update photos, links and get your site listed on all search engines.

Lynnpdesign provides ongoing maintenance services, on an hourly basis, that will keep your site current and fresh.




  • David Tisler on Jun 30, 2016 Reply

    I ran into a flyer on the web with your name on it, together with Mrs. Katharine Hepburn. What was the year you published it? By chance, would you know her age in the Photo. Love is the reason I’m asking. Planning to propose to a gal who is a ringer for the very young Hepburn. If she looks as good as Katharine at whatever age she is in the Photo in question, I’ll start saying “yes dear”, right now. Although I have not developed the whole plan, I can say, the Jumbo Tron at the Hockey Game is OUT.
    I would be grateful for any information you can provide. What do you think about incorporating a Beatles Theme with “When I’m 64”? I’ll get there with a little help from my friends, yes that was intended. David

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