Payroll Matters of New Hampshire

Small business and non-profit websites

Shotgunflat designs, writes, and builds excellent websites for small businesses and non-profits. A typical project lasts about 5 weeks and costs roughly $5,000.

Payroll Matters
Manchester, NH
The design and the content of was outdated and no longer articulated the company’s offerings or mission to the user accurately.
Shotgunflat interviewed key members of the company, re-wrote the site’s copy, selected photography, and re-built the site on the Squarespace platform.

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Web design and development for enterprise

Since 2002, we’ve designed and developed hundreds of websites for businesses across the United States. Our skill set includes wireframing, design, and development.

Workers Compensation Research Institute
Cambridge, MA
WCRI needed a full redesign: branding, design, architecture, and e-commerce.
From the new logo to the streamlined checkout process, Shotgunflat reworked the entire website from scratch.

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Agency partnerships

We make a great partner for marketing, branding, pr, and advertising agencies. We’re located just south of Boston, Massachusetts. We’re available to interact with you and your clients on calls, in meetings, in your Basecamp account, and on your Slack channels.

We’ve worked side by side with some of the best agencies around, including Holland-Mark, 87AM, King Fish, 5HD, and many, many others.


Maintenance & Support

Each month, shotgunflat oversees the service and management of hundreds of websites. Our services include hosting, security management, content and design updates, software upgrades and day-to-day website management needs.

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Accessibility Services

We believe that the greatness of web lies in its availability to the entire world—and this includes users with physical disabilities. Our accessibility services help businesses provide access to their content for all users and stay compliant with current guidelines and requirements.

Let’s talk about accessibility.