Global Wire Design
Graphic Design
Branding
Digital Marketing
Web Development


Global Wire Design is a web design studio that supports the mission of its parent company, Global Wire Associates. We provide creative services for small businesses and nonprofits. Whether you are starting a new business, launching a charitable campaign, building an online portfolio or just reworking your personal brand, having a dynamic web presence is essential today. We can build a website from scratch or a customized site using WordPress that is both affordable and strategic.

 

A sample of our latest work:

RPC@130

This parallax website was created for the 130th-anniversary celebration of Roxbury Presbyterian Church. The primary goal of the site was to create a comfortable, secure user experience for purchasing tickets for its gala event, making donations and learning more about the church’s history.

Seth Mitchel Real Estate

This website was designed for a Boston-based real estate agent looking to grow his reach and improve SEO results. This fully responsive site has Internet Data Exchange (IDX) integration, which makes it easier for users to search and find properties through the most up-to-date MLS listings data. Users can find properties with Google Maps, photo and video galleries and mortgage calculators.

Jess Butler Acupuncture

This minimalist website was designed with natural color schemes and images to present a relaxed environment. It was also built to make it easier for users to learn more about this healing practice and make appointments with the acupuncturist.

Friendship Sports Association

The Friendship Sports Association is a nonprofit that fosters social and economic relationships within Boston’s West Indian community. This website is primarily designed to attract current and new supporters to participate in upcoming travel and fundraising events.

Office of War Information

This website was created for Boston theater group Office of War Information. As a salute to the original World War II U.S. government agency, the site uses typography that mimics a vintage typewriter that would have been used during the 1940s and some real propaganda posters created at the time.