There's more to a website than its appearance. My websites load fast, perform well and use valid semantic code. You can be confident that your website will work in all modern web browsers regardless of platforms like Windows, MacOS, GNU+Linux, or Unix variants. You can also trust that your site will print correctly and work well on handheld devices.
I hand-code semantic valid HTML5, HTML (4.01 Strict), XHTML (1.0 Strict), XHTML 1.1, CSS 1,2 & 3 code that can be implemented across all devices, content management systems and applications. I do extensive testing to ensure all pages maintain consistent layouts and style across a wide range of devices, browsers, and platforms. I can produce templates to be AAA and 508 compliant.
When done right, user Interfaces (UI) and the User Experience (UX) allow the user to complete goals in the most straightforward manner possible. By reducing steps taken, the user will appreciate their experience when working with interfaces I design. Keeping things simple, lightweight, and mental models allows me to bring usually expected behaviors to your interfaces.
It doesn't end with your online presence. Your company and your brand still need to reach out to other mediums. Materials for print such as books, manuals, cards, business cards, brochures, and other hand-held materials need your attention too. Allow me to extend your reach to offline marketing, and we can cover all the bases with great-looking designs and a well-branded print campaign.
With over 25 years of experience within the web and print industry, I am the ideal candidate to provide you with guidance on meeting your goals. Even if you're looking to clean up your online presence or code, I can show you how we can accomplish this and train your employees to continue forward when my part in the project ends.
Social Media Marketing
With the explosion of Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks, marketing has changed. You need to leverage your company to take advantage of these changes and embrace them. Doing it the right way can catapult your business from a start-up to a full-scale success, and as some companies and celebrities have discovered, doing it the wrong way has greater consequences than before the social revolution took off.