Our Team Loves Website Design and Development, SEO, App Development, Photography, and Video Production As Much AS Some People Love Their Children.

We are a one-stop digital marketing agency

Founded in 2010, little guy design has grown from project-based freelance work to a full-on digital marketing agency.

LGD can help you with website design, Omaha SEO, mobile app development, e-commerce, social media management, Omaha video production, logo design, photography, and brand development.

We offer services at a fair price and will personally go through everything with you step by step – we will sit down and train you how to use your new products. You will always have 100% ownership of work produced by us and have access to all passwords. We love what we do and our team is always happy to have a conversation about any aspect of the services we provide.

To provide our customers with effective digital marketing solutions. Our primary focus is on small and medium-sized business (the “little guy”), but we work with businesses of all sizes.

Treat others as you would like to be treated. Even though we are little, we will never make you feel small. Located in Omaha, Nebraska we work with clients nationwide and pride ourselves on being digital experts without the egos of larger firms or agencies.

You will always own 100% of the work we are commissioned to make for you. You will have access to all passwords.

If we get hit by a truck and pass on tomorrow, you will have everything you need to continue on without us.

our little group

Matt Stewart
Matt StewartDesigner / Developer
Matt was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska. Growing up he always loved to draw, create and just had a general wonder and curiosity about the world.

Matt attended Bellevue University and earned two bachelor’s degrees,  Computer Graphic Design – Print & Computer Graphic Design – Web.

He loves travel, sports, friends and food among other things.

Paul Eide
Paul EideSEO / Social Media / Content Marketing

Paul won a freelance writing contest held by Omaha entertainment rag The Reader in 1999 and has been creating content ever since. Initially a writer, as the Internet blew up, his expertise expanded to website content structure, social media, and search engine optimization (SEO).

Paul has contributed to top websites Sports Illustrated, AskMen, Bullz-Eye.com, The Roosevelts, and Opposing Views. He has interviewed the biggest names in sports and entertainment and created all forms of content for audiences both large and “little.” Check out the I-80 Sports Blog, his Omaha sports blog here.

A digital marketing expert after nearly 20 years creating and executing marketing campaigns, he has worked on digital strategy and placement with large agencies like Weber Shandwick, Cohn and Wolfe, Fleishman, and Edelman and with brands like Autotrader, Bud Light, Speed Stick, Lowe’s, Harley-Davidson and Gatorade. 

Kevin Bullis
Kevin BullisStrategy and Development

Kevin is one of those Air Force brats who came through Bellevue for a few years growing up and then travelled around the world. Now he’s back in the Omaha-area to stay.

Before turning his attention to full-time web design and development, he was a Senior Editor at MIT Technology Review, putting his MIT master’s degree in Science Writing to good use.

Kevin built his first website in 1998 and loves digging into behind-the-scenes technology. In addition to experience with WordPress, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, he’s built projects in Java and PHP.

Sarah Skolaski
Sarah SkolaskiGraphic Design
Before landing in Omaha in 2014, Sarah has lived in Winona, MN, Fort Collins, CO and Green Bay, WI.

Prior to graduating from Omaha Central High School Sarah took a “what job should I have quiz.” After promptly forgetting the results of comedian or marriage counselor, Sarah started studying graphic design at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln (GBR!).

Sarah continues to refine her design skills while working at LGD, where her job mainly focuses on counseling, telling jokes, and creating graphics. Thanks to LGD Sarah has gradually moved from crayons, to acrylics, to ceramics, then to Adobe Illustrator.

When not studying or working on projects, Sarah likes to do yoga, read, and play floor hockey.

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