112 A Dillard Street

“Showing people the opportunities that exist on the web.”

Let Future Wave Designs, assist you, your small business or non-profit in reaching your goals on the web. We offer affordable services, and will walk you through step-by-step the entire process of building a website for you, your business or organization. We know that it is not a matter of what we can do but what we can help you do by contracting with us.

We love to keep up with the latest trends and technologies to help you get more from the web or to help your customers to become more productive on the web. We can create engaging, interactive websites that will make you or your organization stand out. We want to help people to see that technology doesn’t have to be complex or expensive to accomplish great things.

Let’s list a few ways that the World Wide Web can work for you. You can create an effective web presence that tells the world what you have to offer. Make it easy for people to find you and contact you online, because more and more people are turning to the web to find what they need. Use web analytics tools to make smarter business decisions by knowing exactly who your customers are, where they are and what they want. Create interactive websites that do more to engage and captivate your clients/customers with new and exciting ways to communicate your message or sell your products. With e-commerce, you can be selling around the clock.

Bruce Whealton, owner of Future Wave Designs, pictured, brings both a technical background and a creative spirit. “I am an Electrical/Computer Engineering graduate from Georgia Institute of Technology,” says Bruce…adding “Back in the early stages of the Web’s development, around 1995, I developed the concept for an online poetry magazine called Word Salad Poetry Magazine (www.WordSaladPoetryMagazine.com). I still do all the design work and development on that site, as well as serving as a co-editor. It’s exciting to be able to combine my technical skills with my creativity and writing skills.”