Brooklyn Design Studio

A Collaborative Agency

Responsive Web Development • Video Production • Social Media •
Content Creation & Curation • Marketing Strategies • Media & PR

Our team of creative collaborators offers a smörgåsbord of services to get your project or business off the ground and noticed.

You get to pick the services you need and work with the collaborator(s) of your choice.

Web Development

Our developers can build you the responsive website you need with or without a shopping cart.

Video Production

Our producers can take care of your video needs from shooting to post within the New York City area.


Whether you are looking for corporate language or humorous content, you have come to the right place.

Social Media

Our experts understand the psychology of social media. We can help connect you with your target audience.


Stella McGovern

Web Development

Uri Rosenrauch

Writing/Content Creation

Nydia Marsella

Video Production

Felicia Lin

Social Media/Branding

Michael Helman

Web Dev/Post Production

Mark Nyon

Web Development

Lauren DiTomasso

Social Media/Branding

Benita Alexander

Video Prod/Media Pitches


Tips & Tools to Help Build Your Online Presence

This is the second of a series of posts about launching your online presence and branding. You can use the following links to quickly scroll to the parts of this post that interest you the most: Selecting the right web environment for your needs Getting a free SSL...
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Facebook Page or Group? That is the Question

If you already have a profile on Facebook and are thinking about creating a presence for your business, you may be wondering: Which is best for your business - a Facebook Page or Group, or both? But before we get into the nuances of Facebook groups... What is the main...
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What’s the Difference Between a Facebook Like and Follow?

I've been thinking about writing more regularly about social media, so I thought I'd start with a series of blog posts that answer common questions that people have about Facebook. The question: What's the difference between a Facebook Like and Follow? has come up in...
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Picking a Domain Name

This is the first of a series of posts about building your online presence and branding. I think every business, regardless of whether it is full or part-time and whether it is small or large, should have a web presence. To stake your claim to your unique spot on the...
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Why Textures are a Good Idea

Those of us gifted with five (or six) senses know both the natural and man-made world around us by seeing, touching, tasting, smelling, and listening to it. When it comes to websites, we can only see and sometimes listen to them. I feel that the visual experience of a...
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Demystifying Color

People who know me in person know that I am a fan of color. When everyone else in New York City is wearing their drab greys, blacks, and browns, I will more than likely be sporting bright oranges and greens. It’s not that I have anything against greys, blacks or...
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Using Photos on Your Website

This is a rather simple topic but I thought it was worth addressing because many people make mistakes when they add photos to their websites. There are a few basic concepts to keep in mind and, since a picture is worth a thousand words, I will include some examples....
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Fonts are Awesome but…

Fonts are awesome. Fonts can be evocative. There's a font you associate with Hollywood and another you associate with Broadway. I love fonts! There are an endless number of fonts you can use on the web these days. There are over 800 font families on Google Fonts...
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To Autoplay or Not to Autoplay

When it comes to web design, the question of whether or not you should autoplay videos on your website is one that can engender debate. We are mostly in the “against” camp. Of course, if you are a web developer and you have a client you cannot convince otherwise, your...
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