Web developing since 2012 — I’ve worked with marketing agencies and design studios, as well as individuals and small businesness to create a variety of different types and sizes of websites, email templates, micro-sites and landing pages. My specialty is front-end UI/UX and my favorite content management system is WordPress. I love creating responsive solutions and taking on new projects. Do you have something going on? Get in touch.
We're going to discuss your business, goals, and ideas. We'll figure out what you like, what you don't like, what you need, and what's going to work for you. From our discussion I'll be able to setup an initial timeline and draft a proposal for your project's estimated scope and buddget.
You'll get organized and stay organized. You'll gather all tangible resources for your site like images, video, content, and any account info for 3rd party integrations. We'll hash out your site's architecture and determine what goes where. After we're organized, I'll be able to create a set of static wireframes to represent how your website will be structured. We'll review, revise, and get your approval before moving on to design.
I'll create a few different design mockups of the home page and an internal page — or featured page — that I think will work well for your brand and content. You can pick the style you like or mix and match elements from across the board. We can adjust the design to your liking once we've pinned down the general layout. Same goes for pre-build themes. Once you've approved the design I can begin development.
- House Keeping
It's time to get your ducks in a row. I'll setup development and staging environments, as well as help you with hosting, domain registration and additional perks like branded email addresses and social media.
This is the part where I'll actually build your site. It'll be mobile responsive, semantic, and maintainable. We'll check in frequently to communicate what's been done, what's being done, and what's going to get done next to make sure your site's being developed on schedule and within scope.
Here's the best part. It's the official switch from a safe environment to a live environment. Your site will be displayed at your registered domain name and accessible to the public. I'll be on stand-by. Hooray!