Websites for Your World

Websites Made for Your World

These days, anyone can build a website.

But is it built well? Does it load quickly on mobile? Is it secure? Is it accessible? Does it reflect your unique brand values? All of these things matter to the long-term success of your website. 

In today’s ever-changing digital landscape, an engaging web presence can transform your business, but it shouldn’t take your focus away from your business. That’s why having a dependable web partner who can provide guidance and support from start to finish is crucial in today’s increasingly automated world.

Don’t go it alone. Let us help build a website that truly works for you and your business.

Take Back Control

At Libbey Design we believe our clients should be able to make simple updates to their own websites without having to wait on their webmaster each and every time.

Business owner making changes to their website

How We Help

We specialize in designing and building beautiful, responsive WordPress websites that are custom-tailored to your needs, with SEO and accessibility in mind.

About Us

Libbey Design was founded in 2011 by Mary Libbey, a former New Englander who transplanted to Florida in 2004 and settled in Orlando shortly after. She holds a BFA in Illustration from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. After nearly a decade working as a print designer, art director and print production manager, she gradually made the leap over to web design.

Primarily self-taught, she learned the basics of HTML, CSS, Javascript and PHP, until one day in 2009 she was asked to build a WordPress site for a client. The platform introduced her to a whole new world of web design and development possibilities. While she can and does code websites traditionally or with other platforms (such as Joomla and Shopify), WordPress is the primary platform of choice for nearly all of her clients.

She is currently a member of the local WordPress community, helping to organize a yearly WordCamp in Orlando. She is a proud supporter of the Orlando arts community, and enjoys volunteering, traveling, playing piano, live music shows, photography, visiting museums and gardens, and riding her bike around town.