I’m a freelance web designer

I’ve always enjoyed the thrill of piecing together puzzles. From opening the box to placing the final piece, puzzles require enthusiasm, resolve, and attention to detail. Designing a website is like completing a puzzle. It’s more than simply making something look good or load quickly. A website represents an entity, engages an audience, and requires imagination and creativity balanced with precision and ingenuity.

There are three responses to a piece of design – yes, no, and WOW! Wow is the one to aim for.– – Milton Glaser – –

My Web Design Philosophy

Form Follows Function

Good design compliments and enhances the goal of a website. What interactions do you want from visitors, and how are you going to get them there in the first place? These are the cornerstone questions of a quality site, the design is just the pretty wrapping. I guess it comes from working on an SEO specialized team for over a year, but if your website isn’t getting traffic it’s nonexistent no matter how much lipstick you slap on the pig.

Make the Content Come to Life

Design doesn’t stop with the home page. I can easily tell the quality of a site when I visit the contact or FAQ pages, you know…. the pages no one really cares about. But I want users to feel comfortable on every page of my sites, not giant columns of boring text and poorly designed forms. I think holistic quality throughout the entire site is a powerful message to visitors.

The Devil's in the Details

The smallest shadows, textures, alignment and more can elevate a design from good to great to amazing!

Design Skills & Experience

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