Content is Legible, designed and formatted for reading on the web.
The layout adheres to classic graphic design principles: proportion, balance, rhythm, emphasis, variety, contrast and uniformity.
Pages Print clearly.
Content management allows you to easily control the text and media on your site.
The interface is highly Usable. Making your site ‘pop’ is secondary to making it work.
Pages display properly on Mobile devices.
The site is compatible with older browsers and computers, and will work with future technology.
The code is clean, well-commented and extensible, so the site can evolve over time, without ever having to start over from scratch.
Rigorous testing and debugging ensures that we can launch on time, on budget, with no surprises.
I have worked in web design and development since 1999, from the original Dot Com boom through to the current day. I have experienced the industry’s successes and failures, and this has given me a perspective on extensibility and forward compatibility.
I undestand backward compatibility because I learned those technologies when they were relevant. I understand the difference between timeless design standards and easily dated fads. This means your project will have staying power.
I have worked for a range of clients from small local businesses to United Airlines, Sears, Motorola, Verizon, Home Depot, Searle, Marriott, and several other Fortune 500 companies.
I have contracted with very successful web companies like Orbitz, Expedia and others. I have worked at successful design and marketing firms like DDB, Razorfish and Ideo.
No matter what you’re trying to accomplish, chances are I can make that a reality. Just look at a list of services I can provide: