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Welcome to Ryuka Design! "Ryuka" means "Dragon" in Japanese.

So yeah, I love dragons, but I love graphic & web design even more! Explore my best-selling services to find out how I can help your business grow.

logo designLogo Design

Get a great looking logo from a professional graphic designer. Just fill in a simple form and I will create up to 10 different versions of your logo. Choose the best one and I will tweak its design until you are super happy with the result.

brand identityBrand Identity Package

What makes your business unique in comparison with your competitors? I can help make your brand stand out by creating a set of graphic assets which include a logo, website icons, social media graphics, matching stationery, etc.

web developmentWebsite Development

Want to start a new site or improve an existing one? I've got over 10 years of experience in the field and hundreds of completed projects. I can also enrich your website by integrating custom built and/or third-party services into it.

landing pageLanding Page Design

Want to get a landing page that converts visitors into customers like crazy? Then, look no further! My designs are optimized for speed and are compatible with all browsers. They're fully optimized for computers and mobile devices.


10 things you'll need to start a new web project

Everyone agrees that companies of all sizes need to have a strong online presence. So, here's my website launch checklist, which will come in handy anytime you want to start a new web project.

1. Domain name. Any site must have a unique, easy to remember, catchy domain name. To get one, head over to and then type in the desired name in the search box. If you are selling speakers, for example, you should try to acquire a domain name such as

People who are searching for catchy domain names are often late to the party; their desired domain names will be taken most of the time. If this is the case, you can probably get a domain that's got the .net or .org extension most of the time. You'll have to pay for your domain name each year, so be sure to add this task to your calendar; otherwise, you may risk losing it for good.

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sslWhy e-store owners should use an SSL certificate

The number of e-stores is constantly growing, and that is a good thing. However, companies who sell products or services online need to make sure that people's sensitive information isn't intercepted by cyber criminals. According to a survey, applications that are downloaded from third-party mobile app stores are responsible for the vast majority of security-related problems.

So, the danger is real. Fortunately, individuals and companies can boost the security of their online apps and stores by adding Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates to their sites. In layman's terms, an SSL certificate is a digital passport which protects the integrity of the data that's sent from the visitor to the server that hosts the target website. Each SSL certificate utilizes a pair of keys; one of them is private, while the other one is public. A third key is uniquely generated at the beginning of each browsing session...

new sites9 compelling reasons why your business needs a website

People use the Internet to get access to information about a particular product or services, and many of them do their shopping online these days. Recent stats have demonstrated that almost half of the world's population use the Internet on a daily basis, and people run over 3 billion Google searches each day!

Being a business owner, you want to get a share of that pie for yourself, of course. And the first step that needs to be taken is to design a good-looking website for your business. By owing a site, you are creating an additional revenue source for your business. So, here are the key reasons why any company should have its own site.

1. Effective marketing campaigns. Traditional advertising methods continue to be very expensive and aren't as effective as they used to be in the past. On the other hand, websites can be promoted effectively using small Pay-Per-Click (PPC) budgets...