Our philosophy

Raygun is a web design and development studio that creates custom websites for small businesses and nonprofits everywhere. Through open, honest collaboration, we work closely with our clients to gain a deep understanding of who they are and where they want to be. Our clients continually inspire us to do better, and we love nothing more than helping them succeed.

Let’s start with a conversation. Get in touch, we’d love to hear from you.

What we offer

Website Design & Development

Everyone has a story to tell. Starting with a comprehensive planning stage, to a collaborative design process, expert coding and development, and launch and beyond, we turn your story into a digital experience built to last.

Branding & Identity

Whether you need a design refresh or an entirely new identity for your start-up, Raygun aims to make the branding process fun and engaging. Our services include logo design, print and marketing materials, signage, and email newsletter templates.

Content & Copywriting

Meaningful, shareable content is invaluable to your mission, and it’s where we focus our attention at the start of every project. We’ll help you write tailored content and design visuals to strengthen your story and engage your audience.

The team

Dalton Rooney

Dalton Rooney

Technical Director

Dalton is a web developer with more than ten years of professional experience managing complex technology systems. His open-source software has been used on hundreds of thousands of sites around the world. Dalton previously worked as the Director of Information Technology at the Corporation for Supportive Housing and was the lead web developer at StoryCorps.

Before sunrise, Dalton is often out capturing the landscapes of southern California.

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Stacey Edelstein

Stacey Edelstein

Creative Director

Stacey is a designer with experience in branding, marketing, and public relations for nonprofits and small businesses. Stacey’s creative process merges her passion for design with her background in business communications, allowing her to create websites with clear messages and thoughtful compositions.

When Stacey’s not pushing pixels, you can often find her hunting for treasure at the Brooklyn Flea.