I've been programming for the web since I was 14, but I'm by no means a dinosaur—I'm just as nice with CSS3 and HTML5 as I am with a <marquee> tag.
Using modern programming techniques, I design beautiful user interfaces that are dynamic and engaging without the loss of search engine spiderability.
Fully integrating your message into intuitive web hallways where the design, development and branding work as one; I make websites that are as accessible to users as they are to Googlebot. This well–rounded approach allows me to build websites that stick out amongst the crowd to become pillars in their online communities.
I'm available for free-lance contract work and consultations.
In the late 90's / early 2000's everyone was asking "should I have a website?". Nowadays there isn't even a question, and it's a great time to be programming.
"The internet allows companies to reach thousands of users for pennies"
The internet allows companies to reach thousands of users for pennies.
But there are two sides to this seemingly endless availability. It's cheap for you to reach tons of viewers, but it's also cheap for everyone else.
Internet users have heightened garbage filtering, which means you had better provide something immediately. And if you ask for something, even something small like their name and email address, then you had better provide something good.