Who We Are

ABOUT OUR COMPANY

Huntsville’s Premier Website Design and Management Firm

Studio Green provides web services to clients across the US. Our goal is to help our clients achieve their goals through online marketing, typically starting with a new website or a website redesign project and evolving into a long-term relationship built on analytics and improvements.  We leverage technology so that our clients can focus on running their business.  We have the best online marketing team available, which allows us to focus on all things web, from website design to complicated mobile applications and everything in between.

How it all began

After spending over a decade working for Fortune 500 corporations, Mathis Tate founded and began building Studio Green  in 2009.  Using the same high-level expertise, Mathis set out to build a one-stop shop for small to medium businesses interested in improving and maintaining their website.

How can we help you and YOUR business?

We are web design and management professionals with a team of specialists who are efficient and effective.  This allows us to streamline the processes to save you time and money!

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Our strategists have put together successful solutions for businesses and organizations ranging from local non-profits to publicly traded companies. They’ll do the same for you. Request a free quote and experience why Studio Green is ranked as one of Huntsville’s best Web agencies.

Post Office Box 1976
Madison, AL 35758
Toll Free: 800-897-0382
Google: (256) 567-4057

SERVICES

DOMAIN REGISTRATION
WEBSITE HOSTING
WEBSITE DESIGN
WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT
WEBSITE OPTIMIZATION
WEBSITE MANAGEMENT

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