Website design for startup
Website design for watch shop
Website for the Hemsing Festival
Website for app
Website for Adaptik
Website for Skalar
Website for Elporten
Website for Lille Ager
Website for Elporten
Soft Skills Group website
Website for Skalar
Website for app

Websites that engage

We help companies break boundaries by designing beautiful and captivating websites and user experiences.

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Some of our clients

LO Municipality
Trondheim Tech Port
Soft Skills Group

Really professional and very good service. Our website got a real upgrade.

Bjørn Hansen
General Manager, Adaptik

We at Trondheim Tech Port are incredibly pleased with our collaboration with Ubåt, and with our new website.

Sandra Skillingsås
Head of Identity, Trondheim Tech Port

They were service-oriented, professional, creative and the end result was spot on. We are very satisfied and look forward to further collaboration.

Malin Pilblad,
General Manager, Confex

Very good! Quick deliveries, creative and good ideas, and close follow-up during the process. Highly recommended!

Thomas Nyland
General Manager, Seriøst Firma

Thank you for a great cooperation, good ideas, quick response and good mood! Highly recommended!

Ane Stø
General Manager, Kvinnegruppa Ottar

We've used Ubåt for our new websites for Omnilink. We're very happy with the process, and we've have had a good collaboration during the entire process.

Kine Ljone Skogaas
General Manager, Omnilink

Ubåt offers a very high level of service. They are effective and creative, and they come up with good solutions to our challenges.

Christopher Matheson
General Manager, LemonWax


What is your process for creating websites?

All projects are different, so we therefore believe in a flexible work process that can be adapted to each and every unique assignment. We still have some fixed points that we relate to for each project:

We delve into your needs, and map your competition, target group, challenges and goals.

Based on the results from the previous step we put together a thoughtful visual concept.

We transform sketches and concepts into a living experience, and then test, secure and improve.

We launch the finished product, but we'll not let go of you. We're with you, also after launch.

What platform do you develop websites in?

We mainly work with Webflow and Squarespace for websites, and Shopify for online stores. Which platform we recommend for your project depends on the complexity and budget of your project. Get in touch with us and we can give you some advice on which platform is best for your project.

How much does it cost to hire you to create a website?

Our prices depend on the scope and timeline of the project.

If the scope of your project is not completely set in stone, we prefer to charge based on how much time we spend on your assignment. We will always give you a time estimate in advance.

We can also give you a fixed price on new website. In such cases, we first prepare a good project description in collaboration with you before we give you a detailed assignment offer. The price is based on the hourly rate and how much time we think your project will take. Contact us and we can give you a price offer.

Can I get a quote for my website project?

Of course we do! Get in touch with us and we can arrange a short introductory chat with you over the phone or as a face-to-face meeting - whichever you prefer.

How long does it take you to build a website?

The time depends on the size and complexity of the project. We can do simple websites in 1-3 weeks, while larger and more complex websites can take longer. Contact us and we can give you a time estimate for your project.

Can I change my website myself?

Yes! Once your website is launched, you will have complete control over it. We create websites that are super easy to manage with the help of the world's most intuitive and user-friendly editing tools. And in case you need help, you can always reach us by email or phone.

What's up with your name "Ubåt"?

"Ubåt" means "Submarine" in Norwegian. We would love to have a deep and metaphorical answer about the sea and the depth, but the truth is that we thought "Ubåt" sounded cool.