Smart Websites for Smart People
K2 Creative builds, develops and maintains smart websites for smart people, affordably and with American talent. We save our clients on cost without compromise to quality whatsoever. Our rates are competitive with fellow agencies and far less expensive than the cost of full time employees, with comparable reliability and availabilities. Our team is distributed (remote), American and agile, meaning we’re able to stay efficient and assign the best talent to each of our client’s needs as requirements arise and evolve.
Clients include Chegg, the International Association of Firefighters, the Patton Veterans Project and more, including startups and established enterprises.
We offer custom and turnkey solutions for WordPress development, creative content including copy and podcast production, and digital marketing (SEO, SEM and social). Start today with a free audit of your digital presence, or reach out concerning a new project. We’ll be glad to hear from you.
Kevin Kautzman, MFA
Kevin is a proven WordPress expert, creative copywriter, podcaster and entrepreneur based in Minneapolis.
His WordPress developments have been praised by C-Suite executives at global companies such as Microsoft and serve millions of visits annually. He has worked on projects that range from simple brochure sites through to major membership and eCommerce developments for companies from start-ups to international firms and unions. Clients have included Alacra, Chegg, the International Association of Firefighters, Lucky Guy Bakery, the Patton Veterans Project and the University of Illinois – Chicago.
Kevin is also a creative writer represented by the Abrams Artists Agency, at work on various theatre, TV and film projects. He has lived in North Dakota, the Twin Cities, London, Austin and New York City. He studied history and philosophy at the University of Minnesota and completed his MFA on a prestigious Michener Fellowship at the University of Texas, and his award-winning plays have been published and produced in the US and UK.