We’re still healthy and working hard – and we’re ready to help you!
We know this whole “new normal” can be rather trying, frustrating, scary, and challenging for businesses! We’re a small business, too! We get it! Now… “online” is more important than EVER! Let’s figure this thing out together.

Welcome to Eyegate Design

Design for Today | Vision for the Future | Marketing for Success

If you can’t find it, see it, read it, or understand it, marketing won’t work. The design and message must be clear, obvious, clean, simple…and be accessible to your audience.

At Eyegate Design, teamwork is key. It will help accomplish our client’s dreams.

We listen. We’re dedicated to finding out what the client’s needs are. We want to know about them, their business, objectives, challenges, audience, and what they’ve already tried. Listening opens doors.

There is no cookie-cutter strategy. Every aspect of the project has to be custom and as individual as the client is. Through research, communication, and imagination, we strategize ways to get the client noticed.

Our clients want results, and our creative, professional approach will help get them. No fillers. No clutter. No hidden messages or fine print. It’s all about creating a visual impact, a clear message and a lasting impression.

Thank you for visiting our site! Please check out our portfolio and see if what we do… can work for you.

Beyond Design

Eyegate Design brings a team of professionals to the table.

Eyegate Design offers graphic design services and more to give you a creative approach to get your company noticed. From large and small projects, to out-of-the-box thinking…the possibilities are endless! The first impression of your business is just as important to us as it is to you. When you succeed, we succeed.

Where are we located?

With technology, we can be anywhere you need us to be.

Where did the name “Eyegate” come from?

You’re not the only one who’s curious…

Kim Murray (formerly Schanz), our Creative Director is from Ryegate, Montana. Since graphic design is all about the visual eye, she merged the two to form “Eyegate”. Just a fun play on words…and it works!

Ryegate is a very small town (population of about 150… and that’s not in thousands) in the center of the state; Kim grew up on a farm 13 miles south of town. Her graduating class had 10 people, which include