About Us

Palmerworks specializes in creating websites for small businesses. We'll meet with you to discuss your vision, find the perfect domain name, create the site, set up emails, and host the site - all at an affordable price.

Call us today at 734-252-9321. We are located in the Detroit Suburbs and have a location in Northern Michigan. We also provide websites for businesses located throughout the United States.

Contact Us

Palmerworks Web & Print Design
eMail info@palmerworks.com

Southern Michigan - call 734-252-WEB1
Northern Michigan - call 231-268-0350

Two locations:
Garden City, Michigan 48135
Millersburg, Michigan 49759

Web design

From Websites to Social Media to Print Design – Taking Care of Your Business is Our Business

August 15th, 2014|

Lucky Business Owner Wins a Free Palmerworks Website at Fundraiser

June 26th, 2014|

Every year, Palmerworks donates a free website design package to a local charity or fundraising event. Juanita Lewis was the lucky winner of a one-page website at this year’s Wayne Memorial High School Zebras Fundraising Dinner.

We met with this enthusiastic woman and learned about her company, JFL Diversified Business Consulting Services, LLC. She wanted a site that […]

Photos for Client Sites – Palmerworks Enjoys Bringing Personalized Service to Northern Michigan

June 22nd, 2014|

The Palmerworks team is back for a weekend in beautiful northern Michigan taking care of our “up north” clients. Our company specialty is personalized service to all our web design customers.

Saturday, we stopped by the Hammond Bay Trading Post to take more pictures for their site, and to finalize some advertising materials that Rick is […]

Check out the new Hammond Bay Trading Post website

June 6th, 2014|

The Hammond Bay Trading Post is back in business. Time for a new website by Palmerworks.

May 27th, 2014|

The Hammond Bay Trading Post has reopened on US 23 N, about 20 miles north of Rogers City, MI. That may not be big news to you, but the locals and Huron Beach vacationers are thrilled.

Gas and groceries aren’t easy to come by in the area. Run out of ketchup and you’d have to drive 20 […]

Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Get your Google Glass – one day only! Great way to use that $1500 tax refund.

April 15th, 2014|

You know you want it. Google Glass is finally available to us “regular people.”

On Tuesday, April 15th only, US residents can buy the Google Glass Explorer Edition at the regular price of $1,500. 

Just go to Google’s order page. Select your color. Choose a […]

Forbes lists responsive design as #1 in top 3 trends in web design for 2014. Revamp your site today.

April 4th, 2014|

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Forbes Magazine’s February 2014 article reinforces the importance of a responsive website – one that can be viewed easily on phone, tablet or desktop. “Top Web Design Trends in 2014,” also discusses simple design and storytelling, but number one on […]

The future is now. Check out the amazing capabilities of a 3D printer in this video.

March 20th, 2014|

A wrench that really works? from a printer??

I’ve read about what the new 3D printers can do, but this YouTube video shows just how amazing they are.

Here’s the finished project.

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Read more about this fantastic new invention here.

Palmerworks doesn’t create tools using 3D printing, but […]

New web client: Chef’s Corned Beef and Coney Island in Detroit

January 31st, 2014|

menuMike Z makes the best corned beef in Michigan. It’s a secret recipe, so we can’t publish it, but you can try it for yourself at Chef’s Corned Beef and Coney Island on W. 7 Mile and Schaefer in Detroit.

Palmerworks is designing his new mobile-friendly website, […]

More than just web design: dropping by to help out a client

October 22nd, 2013|

Last month, we created a website for The Bluffs on Black Lake restaurant and campground in northern Michigan. As part of their complete website package, we also pointed the old name (bluffsresort.com) to their new site, and listed them in some online directories, like Urban Spoon, Yelp and Yellow Pages.

Rick and I stopped by last […]