What do you get when you hire Antigravity Design to design and build your website, or you consult with me about your online branding development?
Simply put, you get an experienced web professional who sees the “big picture” but also gives meticulous attention to the details.
I founded Antigravity Design in 2002 in Montclair, New Jersey. In 2012 I relocated to the Washington DC metro area and set up shop in North Bethesda, Maryland.
I take pride in providing superior personal service to every client. Typically I will design and develop your entire website or other project myself, using state-of-the-art software, computer systems, and other tools. I can also help you edit and polish your copy to ensure that both the design and the content of your project achieve your objectives.
I value face-to-face contact with clients whenever possible. But most of my work, including client communication, is done electronically for maximum efficiency. So you can work with me confidently and conveniently no matter where you’re located.
About Brian Lokker
I am not your typical web designer. (I’m not sure there is a “typical” web designer, but if there is, I’m not it.)
My career path has included work as a print designer, layout artist, book production editor, and copyeditor. I was also a practicing lawyer for 2+ decades.
My education includes academic and professional degrees from Duke University, The University of Michigan, and Rutgers University, as well as course work at New School University. I earned Certificates in Web Technologies and Web Graphics and Multimedia from the International Webmasters Association.
Before moving to the Washington DC area, I taught a course in Internet Copywriting at New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies. For more about my background, see my profile on LinkedIn.
In addition to my work for clients through Antigravity Design, I publish the website CoffeeCrossroads.com, a popular online destination for coffee lovers and others who enjoy useful and interesting articles about the world of coffee. I also write articles on a variety of subjects for the HubPages family of websites, including ReelRundown.com, HowTheyPlay.com, and HobbyLark.com.