We believe that websites are like spaces that users enter and explore. Like architects, we plan spaces that feel comfortable while meeting specific technical requirements. Like interior designers, we build an aesthetic that touches people’s emotions.
Most of our sites provide the user with some kind of action to take. Sometimes it’s to buy something, but at other times it’s to sign up for a newsletter or simply to tell a friend. We encourage whatever steps would progress the relationship between the user and our client.
Cantilever design is also uniquely tied to our development approach. We design systems, not sites. Our work is built to change and evolve over time. This is not the place for “concept“ design. We create hardworking, effective, yet gorgeous websites. Thank you for being a part of our proud history.
[TK: Add some examples of past Cantilever work and why it is Cantilever-y here]
NYU-Poly Year in NYC
Full-screen map concept that won a lot of our future work
Designer Pages 2.0
Our first large webapp design
Our first (and only) CRM design
Our first design for a large corporate
First of three site designs for Rustic
Webby-nominated webapp design
Got to work with very famous brand
Most beautiful online bible around
Bipartisan Policy Center
Most ambitious size of site ever