My background is in business planning.
I build websites with a focus on building businesses. This includes gathering content, creating copy, designing pages, developing links, SEO optimization, updates, security and more.

Building Custom Websites

This is what is important to me.
  • Produce a high-quality product for clients
  • Treat people with respect
  • Be humble
  • Take risks and do new things
  • Surround myself with the right people
  • Give back
Nancy Johnson, Owner of Nancy J Web Design
Photo of me with one of my daughters in downtown Brighton!

A little about me…

I am married to the man I met in college. We have four children and three grandchildren. And I happen to like to make websites for people I like! I see creating websites as starting a conversation that may grow into a great relationship. Always learning new tricks of the trade so yes, my website tends to change up a bit. Like partnering with clients to figure out their best website which may be completely different than mine!

I have known Nancy for decades and I have witnessed her skill, integrity, resourcefulness and loyalty.  She is truly empowered by assisting others to succeed.  She has a gift for each of her clients: the opportunity to give and to make a difference in the world. I encourage you to allow Nancy to adjust your aspirations upward. Carol Griffith

REALTOR/CO-OWNER ERA Griffith Realty and Livingston County Board of Commissioners

Hartland Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors
Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club Board of Directors | Public Relations
Livingston Sunrise Rotary Foundation Board | Liaison
Professionals Women’s Club of Michigan | Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce | Steering Committee
Midnight in the Tropics Fundraiser | Rotary Co-chair
Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club | Paul Harris Fellow Awarded by Club, 2017
Livingston Sunrise Rotary Club | Four Way Test Award, 2016
Greater Brighton Area Chamber of Commerce | Business Investment Award, 2011
Howell Area Chamber of Commerce | Making It Happen Award, 2010
Livingston Daily Press | Published Columnist for Small Business and Community Events

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