There are a lot of website development companies out there, but it takes a lot to be ranked at the very top. From market presence to client satisfaction, here are the 15 top website development companies you should be looking at right now.

At Ignite Visibility, we really do not do large website development projects. We instead work with partners and help manage the process from an online marketing perspective. Here are some website development companies I have either heard good things about, or worked with directly.

15 Top Website Development Companies You Should Be Looking At

Spiegel Design Group (SDG)

Spiegel Design Group: a screenshot of some of their work

Spiegel Design Group: a screenshot of some of their work

Based in Los Angeles, Spiegel Design Group is known for on time completion and clean CSS3 and HTML5 coding. Their responsive web design and attention to design for mobile users also wins them serious acclaim. I have worked with them on many projects, they do great work.

Softeq Development

Softeq Development is a leader in mobile development projects including wearable technology, sensor-rich equipment, remote technology management, mobile games, digital imaging and utilities, business apps, and larger packages of mobile applications, web applications, and embedded solutions for business clients.

Blue Fountain Media

Blue Fountain Media works proficiently with almost every CMS out there, from Drupal to WordPress or even the firm’s own Web ModuLITE if you want to take advantage of maximum customization from Blue Fountain. All of the firm’s work is designed for speed and responsive ease of use on mobile devices.

Tiny Frog Technologies

The Tiny Frog Technologies website

The Tiny Frog Technologies website

Tiny Frog Technologies is a hot up and coming web design firm that makes web presence the core of a client’s integrated marketing strategy. All of their work is custom and places an emphasis on responsive design and mobile ease of use. Each Tiny Frog web design has CRO in mind as well as expandability; the firm is adept with WordPress tech in particular. I have also worked with Tiny Frog on many projects.

ImageX Media

ImageX Media is a full service Drupal-exclusive website development agency. The company has been working on Drupal sites since 2006 and in that decade has built a strong reputation for data-driven design and content management in the process of launching over 200 Drupal sites.

Oxagile

Oxagile is a custom mobile and web software development business. Its core competencies are in IP video services so Oxagile offers major experience and skill in the realm of real time communication solutions and online video tools. The company also focuses on emerging technologies and frequently helps clients design and implement IPTV, OTT, and VoD solutions.

MJD Interactive

An image from the MJD Interactive website

An image from the MJD Interactive website

MJD Interactive creates engagement-focused and user-centric digital experiences and products for customers. They offer an interesting blend of creative, artistic work and technical know-how which results in some of the more innovative digital strategy and brand development out there. They work with Drupal, WordPress, Magento, Sitecore, and of course custom apps and other web solutions.

Merixstudio

Merixstudio, a Poland software house, is well known for collaborating internationally on large projects for major clients like Toshiba and Virgin, but still being creative and quirky. The firm’s 50 highly-skilled web development professionals bring core competencies in UI/UX design including modern branding and responsive web design, rich web application development, and game development to the table.

End Point

A full-service e-commerce consultancy, End Point offers database layer development, front-end development, architecture and operations development and maintenance, and server-side development. They also provide multi-platform e-commerce web development including Interchange, Piggybak, Ruby on Rails, and Spree.

Red Door Interactive

A few examples of Red Door Interactive's work

A few examples of Red Door Interactive’s work

Red Door Interactive takes a very data-centric approach to web development, and to all of their full range of services. Among their specialities is using the natural touch points of clients to design comprehensive campaigns starting with smart buzz.

STX Next

The largest Python software house in Europe, STX Next is home to more than 100 Python developers. This business offers outsourced teams which specialize in building custom working software from scratch with Python and Agile; the result is the creation of efficient, secure, and fully scalable solutions for clients.

Unleashed Technologies

Unleashed Technologies is the originator of “Wosting,” a combined web development and hosting service intended to improve the overall user experience. This is part of the firm’s philosophy of meeting the constant changes of the web by providing clients with a cohesive team of developers, web designers, and hosting experts that collaborate with clients seamlessly to maximize results.

BigDrop

BigDrop works hard to balance technological skill and creative flair, and things like visual artistry and careful, thorough testing in its bespoke digital solutions. This means keeping the work personal, with attention to each client’s specific goals—but recognizing certain inescapable trends such as the need for higher speeds and great mobile interfaces.

Lullabot

Lullabot is a distributed US-based company, with employees working virtually from all over but as a team. They are particularly strong with the Drupal project and their contributions to it include: the ecommerce package, the URL aliasing system, TinyMCE, sIFR, numerous features and bug fixes, videocasts, extensive documentation, and a weekly podcast.

Qulix Systems

Qulix Systems is a web design firm that boasts a 94 percent customer satisfaction rate and team members in five countries. The firm’s primary specialty is custom software development and open standard- and technology-based development of complex web systems (think Flex, GWT, HTML5, Java EE, LAMP, and others).

These 15 top website development companies you should be looking at right now have a lot in common: great rankings, awards, amazing clients, and lots of certifications, for example. But they are all doing unique work too, creating work with their own style and flavor. Did I miss any of your favorite website development companies? Let me know in the comments.