Designing a website is like building a house. First, you need to know why you want one. Then you need a plan. Then you build the frame. Then you take care of the details that go inside. They require planning ahead and time. They must be interactive (you can play with them) and responsive (you can see them on phones, tablets, etc). They require frequent backend updates for browsers, and security for financial transactions and to protect from hackers and have been called “the brochure that never gets done.” They do, however, launch. Check out websites I designed for some fantastic clients:
Big Mountain Mail The best ISP out there, provides Kerio Connect email services and never goes down.
Yantis Acoustics Amazing talent goes into theaters, stages, lobbies, and performance halls. This guy has experience too.
Mercer Island Schools Foundation MISF raises funds for public school through a variety of annual fundraisers.
Meadow Lake HOA An HOA comprised of 11 neighborhoods with building rules, governance and living policies that need accessing.
Janco Fiduciary & Estate Services Provides financial help and speaking engagements on topics surrounding seniors.
Senior Supportive Services/Maria Peterson Another angel who provides in-home support for seniors as well as other duties.
801 Westside/Apartment Building A building in Seattle that offers various floor plans, shows the neighborhood, and allows you to pay rent.
Berry Beautiful Organic Skin Products I designed this site, and it was developed by the owner’s son. Pretty good partnership for an excellent product.
Rhodes-D-Signs After you’ve explored my site, lets take a walk!