Keeping up with the latest technology and design/development techniques is a must in such a fast-paced industry. I stay ahead of the curve.
With over a decade of experience, I understand the process better than most. I have been exposed to an array of problems that I know how to overcome.
Most projects I tackle entirely myself, allowing me to scrutinize over every detail and complete a finished product that best fits your needs.
CORE TECHNIQUES & TECHNOLOGIES
HTML and CSS are languages that I’ve been using since I created my first website in 1998. They’ve both evolved since then and I continue to do so with them.
Nearly every website I create, I create in WordPress. Although I do have experience with other frameworks, WordPress is the one I always come back to.
Most websites have a goal, and that goal is to have customers purchase a product or a service. I employ hard-earned techniques for converting website visitors to customers.
Salesforce is something I’ve jumped into over the last two years, in a big way. I was a lead visualforce developer for one of the larger projects (AECOM) in recent Salesforce history.
Search Engine Optimization has been a cornerstone of my web development strategy for as long as I can remember.
User interface and user experience design best practices go into nearly every project I put my hands on, I’m not satisfied unless it looks good, and feels good.
Everything that I make has to work on all major devices out there. More and more people are using their phones and tablets to access web-based products every day.
Photoshop and Illustrator are my most used software tools for completing any design project. I’ve been working with both of these for well over a decade.
All the design techniques in the world don’t work, unless you can communicate. Communication is of the utmost importance in any project.