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For my whole professional career, I've been known as Marty Wallwood (Estonian name: Marti Seinamets, where 'seina' means wall and 'mets' means forest, wood) to make it easier for the international clients, partners, and audience pronounce and remember my name. I've tried to change my name which, unfortunately, was not possible because of the Letter 'W' in the last name. It's considered a foreign letter where I live. But once that opportunity becomes available, I will make that name change. For now, I keep using it as my professional name because that's the name everyone knows me by.

I'm a solopreneur and partner helping other businesses build their new websites so they can accomplish the goals they have set. As you have seen on this website, I'm not really calling myself a web designer or developer, but one partner because that's what many businesses are usually looking for. Not just someone who can build their website and then disappears.

Someone who also sees beyond the website and takes a look at the business as a whole, figures out what else could be improved about their presence on the internet. Besides a professional website, businesses often need a professional social media presence as well, and I'm happy to help with that side of their business too.


I've been helping businesses with their new websites and online presence for more than 7 years now. During those years, it has been a pleasure for me to help and work with over 80 different businesses worldwide. Most of them are located in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and the UAE.

I've had the honor to work with some great businesses who have raised over $500,000 of funding from investors. Besides that, with different businesses who focus on coaching, healthcare, entertainment, and many other industries that are widely known today. I'm always open to working with businesses in different industries and helping them with overcoming different challenges.

My career as a partner building websites for businesses began when I was still in my high school years and having studies as a Junior IT System Specialist. I was at school during the daytime, but focused on mastering skills in the evenings for almost 3 years. At some point, learning and mastering skills became way harder and took more time than school. After graduating, I went full time and have been focusing on my business ever since.

Social Media

The adventure as a content creator began when I was 11 years old and made my first videos on YouTube. Back then, I was really obsessed with video games and recorded videos about the games I enjoyed playing. Making videos was something I focused on for around 5 years. When I was 16 years old, I became interested in doing livestreams of the video games I liked to play and did it for around a year. But then, at the age of 17, it was time to start focusing on social media because I started my professional career. Having a personal brand was a necessity.

For 3 years, I tried to build an audience on Twitter and Instagram, but didn't manage to grow over 1,000 followers on both platforms. In 2020, after trying to build something for 7 times on Instagram, things changed. From 2020 to 2023, I built an audience of 40,000 people on Instagram (now ~36,000 because of inactivity). In 2023 May, I started creating content on LinkedIn and today, I'm happy to share it with over 15,000 people and we still are growing. All platforms combined, I'm sharing my content with over 50,000 people on different social media platforms.


Before I started my journey as a creator on social media, I was also writing new articles about web design and how to become a better designer for one Medium publication, UX Collective. The publication has over 450,000 followers. Below, you can find all the articles I wrote for them.

How to design: accessible search bar
Published Oct 28, 2019 - 767 claps

Signing up: an obstacle or advantage?
Published Dec 2, 2019 - 106 claps

What is web accessibility?
Published Dec 26, 2019 - 64 claps

5 voice predictions designers must know
Published Feb 7, 2020 - 26 claps

How to beat overthinking as a designer
Published Feb 16, 2020 - 255 claps

How is Design Thinking used in 2020?
Published Feb 26, 2020 - 131 claps

Make problem-solving more exciting
Published Mar 3, 2020 - 176 claps

Developing new and useful UX skills
Published Mar 13, 2020 - 71 claps

Finding a design critic inside you
Published Mar 24, 2020 - 45 claps

What can designers learn from internships?
Published Apr 13, 2020 - 75 claps

Designer: can you relate to that meme?
Published Apr 24, 2020 - 72 claps

Online advertising: the horror of UX
Published May 15, 2020 - 61 claps


It has been an honor to share my journey with some publications and blogs outside social media.

How Marty Wallwood Masters Web Design & Growth
Published Apr 1, 2024 - BizStack

5 Key Elements Of A Perfect Website
Published Jun 3, 2024 - Nexus Gecko

Last updated: July 9, 2024

Marty Wallwood, 2024.
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