I’m a web developer, designer, and writer with a love for my trade like any true craftsman. I specialize in helping locally-owned business with modern, sales-oriented web designs.
If you have any kind of project in mind, start a conversation and we’ll see if we’re a good fit.
- Web Design
- Visual Design
- Quality Control
This charming, family-owned and Florida-grown IGA grocery store needed a brand-focused overhaul in their online presence.
With a brand new logo, a meticulously crafted custom theme, and new content to fill the site, this 127-year-old grocer reinforced its reputation as the best thing in town.
Previously lacking an online presence, CWPT sought to expand their reach in Yakima, WA community with a brand new website.
After producing educational articles on relevant physical conditions, everything was wrapped up in a custom-crafted theme designed to attract clients to schedule with this locally-owned clinic.
Amanda is a music performer and teacher who has taken her talent all over (and outside of) the country. Seeing a gap in the market, she decided to give music lessons in the Yakima, WA area.
Using custom iconography and photographs of her own instruments, we worked to create a bright and friendly website designed to showcase her portfolio and teaching philosophies.
Health and Fitness History is one of my pet projects–a website devoted to two of my greatest interests.
Since its inception, this site has been an excellent outlet for creative web design and content writing. With one exception, every one of the 250+ articles on this site is authored by myself.
Original copy and content is vital to boosting your Google search ranking. However, filling your website with informative, well-written copy can be a daunting task. I can take care of that for you.
In the past year alone, I’ve published around 140,000 words in original content online. That volume is roughly equivalent to two copies of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. With my experience, I can help you flesh out an existing site or start from scratch as part of a development package.