Website Design & Development
Starting from scratch or wanting to adapt an existing design, template, or theme? Let's collaborate to build a visitor-friendly (and mobile-friendly) design or enhance your existing design. Read more about my Design services …
Functionality (including contact forms, PayPal interfaces, product databases, etc.) can improve your visitor's experience and make maintaining your website easier. I can give your website the capabilities you want or help you adapt existing capabilities (e.g., WordPress "plugins") as needed. Learn about my Development services …
Content (your text and your pictures) is aimed at your target audience. As your business or organization changes, your website content needs to be updated. I can help you publish or post your content to new or existing pages. For details, refer to my Maintenance service …
Websites can be complicated. I'll help you translate the techno-speak about servers, domains, and specific tools (like Expression Web or WordPress). If you want to manage your website by yourself, great! If you need a little help in learning how, consider my Training/Coaching service …
How Can I Help You?
I'm an independent Web consultant — responsive, helpful, and willing to collaborate on your website. If you need a website designer, web developer, or coach, contact me to discuss your situation — what you want done, timeframes, costs, and how to proceed.
After taking my adult education class on website marketing in 2011, this client (a small business owner who produces energy reports for builders seeking compliance with California's Title 24 regulations) asked me to update her website's design and streamline the code.
As needed, I do the maintenance for this client — adding new articles about energy standards and compliance, for example. When a new article is added, I update information about that article to generate the article index page. Because the code was streamlined, I can do these updates quickly and easily.
About a year ago, I updated the website design again to pass Google's "mobile-friendly" test and to make it easier to see the information on smaller devices.