Services Offered Current Rates*
Web page concept, layout and coding $30/hr.
Photography & image editing $30/hr.
Sound & music file editing
(incl. making audio CD from audio cassette)
Routine updating and maintenance of websites    $30/hr. ($5 minimum per update)
Small website (up to 1 GB) annual fee for space we provide $5/yr.
Telephone consultation for do-it-yourself
      Web page designers
$5/15 min.

* Relatives, and people we know through Prairie UU Society and their friends, are eligible for our "preferred customer" rates.

Examples of Our Work

Example of a business website where we provided the underlying coding:

Warren Park Music

Examples of public service websites created by Robert:

Allied Partners
Freethought Festival 2012
Humanist Union of Madison
Madison Brights
Prairie Social Action Committee
The Raging Grannies of Madison
Solar Owner News
The Voter Quoter
WIDE-LP Radio (except for home page)
Low Power Community Radio of Greater Madison
Achives portal for Prairie Unitarian Universalist Society

Examples of personal and group home pages created for:

Mary Mullen
Barbara Park
John Nicholas Schweitzer
Mort Steinau
Prairie entrepreneurs

Examples of family scrapbook websites (a way to preserve and share family history):

Park Family Scrapbook (our largest website)
Leonard Family Scrapbook

Examples of special occasion websites:

Bob & Barb's Birthday Bash Page
Nonbelievers of Greater Madison Spring Family Picnic

Example of a scientific research summary site:

Behavior of Water Drops Colliding in Humid Nitrogen

Who We Are

LoonFoot Web Designs is a father/son partnership founded in June 1999 as a part-time small business.
Here is a little about each of us:

Robert W. Park:
B.S. Univ. of Minnesota 1961
Ph.D. Univ. of Wisconsin 1970
Robert is an engineer who retired from his job with the Wis. Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Air Management, in March 2006. His Web design work has served as a creative outlet and part-time retirement career. He can be reached at

Ian W. Park:
B.F.A. Univ. of Wisconsin-Whitewater December 2006.
Ian excels at art and computer graphics. In 1993 one of his ceramic works was chosen for inclusion in the "Young at Art" exhibition at the Madison Civic Center. He can be reached at