Website Design and Development
Maybe your business or nonprofit organization doesn't have a web site at all. You're missing one of the fastest-growing and most cost-effective advertising media of our time.
Maybe you have a website but it needs help.
I've done hobby sites and nonprofits, so no job is too small. Working for other firms, I've done major websites too, with custom interfaces, multiple databases, and state-of-the-art ecommerce. No job is too large either.
Take a look at some of the sites I have developed. Then drop me an email or give me a call.
The eWhiteboard allows collections agencies to intelligently manage their collectors. I did not develop the graphical side of the sales site. (Yeah, I wish I were that artistic!) But I have developed the application it advertises, working with the entreprenuer behind the site since 2009. The demo video gives you a little taste of what we've put together!
Chains We Can Believe In offers comic conservative commentary on the Obama administration.
"John Doe", a conservative Republican candidate for President, needed a website for his campaign. "John" has returned to private life, but this remains one of my favorite efforts on the web.
Black History Review honors African-American achievement from a conservative Christian perspective.
Easley Bible Methodist Church, a conservative holiness church in Upstate South Carolina, needed a new home and a new look.
Jennifer's Diapers, a home-based cloth diaper maker, needed a small site at a small cost.