I have 7 years of experience building websites for all kinds of organizations - from large corporations like Intel and Yahoo! to local non-profits. I'm comfortable in various web-related roles and am passionate about my work.
What's good for one business isn't always worthwhile for another, so it's in your best interest to choose a web developer who can evaluate different solutions and make sure you understand what you're buying. Because of my experience, I know what questions to ask when starting a project:
Is your website best suited by a system that lets you edit the content yourself?
Will future maintenance of the website be outsourced or handled in-house?
How will your business field support inquiries from web customers?
I'll ask questions like these and it will be my pleasure to offer my opinions on what will work best for you.
I believe my experience and communication skills set me apart in the web industry. But whomever you choose to build your website should be able to make some promises about their work for you:
The website I build for you will improve your business.
It's going to look good.
Your website will load quickly.
It will work across major browsers and operating systems.
Google and other search engines will index your website.
I led a team of 4 front-end developers to implement an attractive and usable interface. We were part of a large crew at AKQA (one of the leading digital design agencies in the world) that took Virtuwell from concept to creation. My responsibilities also included vetting of graphic designs and general design implementation strategies.