In 2000, I began learning to write HTML in order to design a Web site for services I had practiced for many years. Although I was taught the basics by a friend, I continued to practice, investigate new techniques, programs and optimization theories. My work spans throughout the U.S.

Over the course of that last 14 years, optimization has changed dramatically – in addition to the HTML and CSS. One thing remains the same, and that is my drive towards the best practices for Web development.


What Sets Me Apart:

Something else has remained a constant is the deluge of inexperienced individuals whose full-time work is other than Web development. Professional Web engineers are those with many years of experience, talent, and devotion to the industry. Professionals have one source of income – their career. When you consider a Web developer, use the same practices you would when hiring a contractor to build your home. Ask to see the business license, how many years of experience the person has, talk to previous as well as current clients, and request samples of their past work. Also, you should find out if the developer is capable of writing code “without” software. If not, they are questionable.


Customer Service:

In addition to being prompt, courteous and available, I provide a tremendous amount of information – just for the asking. This is what customer service is all about. I’ve managed many businesses, one of which was in the transportation of people to and from airports in the Los Angeles County areas. The sort of pressure taught, tested and prepared me for every interaction of the future.

Give me a call, or send me a message via E-mail. Then do what all of my clients do – relax knowing the job will be done professionally.