We are an owner-operated website design and development company in upstate New York. For 15+ years we have been building our reputation for being responsive and proactive to our clients’ needs.
Our individual yet complementary skills are the perfect marriage of design and technology.
Before starting our own business, we worked separately at a variety of small businesses. We understand the I.T. complexities of running an office and we work with clients of all computer literacy levels.
Suzanne Trevellyan design
In 2003, after more than 12 years as Advertising Manager at Adams Fairacre Farms and freelancing as a graphic designer/marketing consultant, Suzanne founded Trevellyan Graphic Design & Marketing. This advertising agency, located in Chatham, NY, specialized in graphic design, and marketing. When her husband Robert joined the business in 2009, they changed the name to Trevellyan.biz to better reflect the expanded services.
Robert Trevellyan technology
Robert has owned a computer ever since the concept of a ‘home computer’ first became a reality. Since then, he has been programming and tinkering with computers, first as a hobby, then in a 20-year career as a programmer of video games and a manager of video game programmers. Robert’s most recent position was Engineering Group Manager at Vicarious Visions, Inc., the Activision Studio based in Albany, NY. The skills and knowledge developed as a programmer are the same skills that enable Robert to diagnose and solve all kinds of computer problems.
The services we offer include:
- Web design and development
- Computer/IT services
- Graphic design
Our general service area is northeastern upstate New York and the Berkshires of Massachusetts. We regularly serve Columbia County, Dutchess County, Ulster County, Greene County, Rensselaer County, Albany County and Westchester County. We have also worked with clients as far north as Buffalo, NY and as far west as Colorado and California, with several in New Hampshire and Connecticut.
Call (518) 392-0846 or email [email protected] to get started.