IT’S NOT WHAT I DO, IT’S WHAT I CAN DO FOR YOU
In 2004, I was having lunch with a friend who was about to build his first website. Since he wasn’t very computer savvy, he was going to pay someone to build it using a template. With twenty years of computer experience, I told him it looked pretty easy and I would give it a try, but the template was completely wrong for his needs. Embarrassed by the results, I promised him I would learn how to build a website that he could be proud of. During the process, I discovered my passion for design. That was the beginning.
Become the Boss, Not the Victim of Your Website… A computer programer was on his deathbed. A friend leaned over to the ear of the dying programmer and asked “What’s it like to die?” In his dying breath, the programmer replied “Death is easy, websites are hard.” An old joke with a new skin, but humor is nothing more than a characterization of reality and although the web is used by almost 2 billion people today, few understand how it works, or it’s potential.
WHEN THE WORK SPEAKS FOR ITSELF, DON’T INTERRUPT
A decade has passed since I built my first website, but the challenge remains the same. To create unique sites that suits the client’s need for quality, originality, and affordability.
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