Mark Zubert


What are you known for professionally? What do you have a knack for?


I have an instinct for UX, or what users experience on your site. My communications and business background helps clients ask the right questions on what their site is accomplishing. The combination of compelling copy and gorgeous design are a lethal 1-2 punch that, if honed in on the right goals, lead to a big bump in conversions.

What are you most passionate about professionally?


I get a kick out of helping clients get down to the heart of their message. Many clients have a zillion things going on with their current home pages or Our nursing school admission essay is the thing you need to become a student of the nursing school of your dream. Don’t waste your time and contact the professional right now! print messages, and when we get to the core of what they do and what they want to accomplish, the lights really go on. And when we design around those goals and strengths, we see the increased impact we are looking for.

Where can we find you when you’re not working?


When I'm not working, I am usually spending time with my captivating wife and 3 young kids, building with Legos or making Mickey Mouse pancakes. If I'm not on the floor of the living room playing Thomas, you might find me in my popup camper, at church, or on a unicycle. 

How long have you been doing what you do?


I made my first (ugly) website in 1997 which featured detailed pages about PEZ, Mr. Potato Heads, and how to get Silly Putty out of carpeting. I started doing logo, graphic, and print design around the same time – though that early stuff is now thoroughly embarrassing.  

Where did you grow up and why aren’t you there now?


I was born in Canada and raised in Minnesota, though if you heard how much I boast about being Canadian you'd think I had lived there longer. Moose jerky, anyone?

Have you ever won an award?


My first website won an award, but that was when there was a nondescript award for e v e r y t h i n g. Other than that, I won a junior magician's contest for swallowing a 6 foot balloon. Which is quite a feat for someone only 5'8".