Kmotion Design, a local multimedia design firm owned and operated by a passionate graphic designer, Katie Vanderploeg, specializes in web design for desktop and mobile, mobile app design, branding, graphic design, video and motion graphics.
The Kmotion Design team likes to keep things in motion. They’re always moving, keeping their minds in motion, solving problems through design, inventing new ways to engage users through functional design. Their design work flows, engages users, and helps them move through an experience. Kmotion also specializes in motion graphics. Additionally, their design team likes to keep their clients moving ahead – evolving their brand and their websites so their recognition and sales also move in a positive direction.
At Kmotion Design, the focus is on customized design and user experience. As Katie says, “We believe that functionality and a great user experience makes an incredible design more memorable and engaging. We understand usability goes hand in hand with design so our projects are always intuitive, user-friendly, and tailored to each client’s needs. We also ensure the design works across multiple technologies.”
When Katie isn’t designing, you can bet she’s pursuing what she refers to as her “healthy addiction” – working out and living a healthy lifestyle. Her current passion is CrossFit. Another fun fact about Katie? She was on set at QVC with Tony Horton, promoting the workout video for P90X.
Kmotion Design does a great deal of nonprofit work, including branding and website design for the Grand Rapids Triathlon, the Michigan Iron, Pray America, and Friends of Children Everywhere. They also perform design work for a few local churches, Health Intervention Services of Grand Rapids, His Home 300, and Small Art for the Heart.
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