Why work with Mighty to improve your web presence?
Mighty has an uncommon commitment to results.
Our philosophy is business-first. Why? Because we believe that small businesses are the economic engine of our country. We know firsthand that local businesses provide jobs for our neighbors and keep our communities strong and vibrant. Payroll goes through the pockets of employees and owners and into other local businesses, so all boats rise. When we help businesses and nonprofits grow, everyone around us prospers. We work with business owners and nonprofits and who understand the value that a better website can bring.
Our Core Purpose
Mighty Little Web Shop helps startups, nonprofits, and small businesses to improve their web presence, so they can meet their business goals.
Our Core Values
Anyone can build a website these days. And no matter who built it, our goal is to make sure that your website produces measurable results.
We avoid technical and marketing jargon, and communicate using language that non-techies can understand.
We know how fast marketing and technology changes so we read books and blogs and attend conferences to stay current with current best practices in digital marketing strategy.
History and Leadership
Heather Cox launched Parkside Design in 1997. In 2002, she merged with Neal Cox Design, and launched MillerCox Design, a full-service branding and graphic design firm with clients that include Brookings, Georgetown University, the Federal Reserve Bank and the Japan-US Friendship Commission. In 2014, we launched the Mighty Little Web Shop, where we focus on improving the websites of nonprofits and small businesses.
Heather is a member of Her Corner, AIGA (the American Institute of Graphic Design), the American Marketing Association, the Rockville Chamber of Commerce, BNI, NAWBO and an accelerator of EODC. She has delivered marketing and graphic design services for over two decades and has developed a rare combination of expertise as a brand strategist, web strategist, graphic designer and web coder. She is a lifelong learner. She lives in Kensington with her husband and daughter.