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I have been with my current company since it was founded in May of 2011.
I attended school for business. I hold an Associate of Science in Accounting and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance. I am self taught in regards to programming and web design.
I use Chromium while doing most of my work, but I also use Chrome, Firefox, and IE at times.
My social media use is limited to mainly two sites. I use LinkedIn professionally, and I spend some of my spare time on Reddit.
I love the challenge of making a design come alive on the screen; of programming interactive features that people didn't think were possible.
Go beyond the prepackaged content management systems. Learn a development language and be able to create a content management system around your client's needs, rather than trying to adapt your client's needs around a boxed product.
PHP because I know it well and it still holds up. There are a ton of resources available for it too. These include plugins, prewritten scripts, and help for when I get stuck.
PHP. It can do almost anything I'd need it to.
Client side encryption. Being able to encrypt personal and financial information before it leaves your computer is remarkable.
I don't think we have a typical client, haha. We are currently managing a variety of sites including a record label, church, individual resume extension, blogs, and a seller of Japanese Kawaii products.
Think of your website as the digital branch of your business. It has the potential to act as more than just a pretty picture of your company; it can be used for selling online, interactive communications with your customers, a centralized location for managing projects, and an important source of marketing information about your customers.
The most common problem that I deal with when working with new clients is the fallacy that a website only has to look pretty to be effective. Every element of an effective website should serve a purpose. Where are a user's eyes drawn first? What emotion or feeling should they get from that first object? What call to action does it lead to?
Our updated website includes a custom programmed estimate generator that has the option to submit to us. It is based on the spreadsheet we use for generating quotes.
We can tailor our site plan around virtually any budget, but advanced work will generally require proportionate compensation.
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