Dear Customers and Clients,
I love you! You are the ones who bring me inspiration for new designs… the lifeblood of this talent! Every day I think to myself, how can I deliver a better/more professional service? Well, for my clients who are getting websites from me... I have good news!
Good news is… my "How do I edit my website??" powerpoint lecture is now developed, and will be taught to all my clients! Save money on maintenance!
Of course the keynote presentation comes with hands on instruction, but I've chiseled my lecture down to a simple 30 minute time block!
After the completion of every web design, my clients can now decide if they want a consultation/interactive lecture on how to edit their new website!
Of course, there is still the option to pay me for current website edits; however, now you have the chance to take it on yourself!
If you give a man a fish, he'll eat for a day.
I'm happy to give back to my customers,
Graphic Designer, Website Designer, Logo Designer, Brand Designer!
It started in the 1990's with “Google” and “Yahoo” (which, if you didn’t know, named themselves after a misspelling of the huge number “googol” and an acronym for “Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle”, respectively).
Next came Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr, Yelp and Bing. And now we’re meeting Spotify, Vine, Airbnb, Giphy and countless others with quirky names that don’t have much to do with the product or service the company sells. A quick scan of TechCrunch or Mashable (themselves sporting strange names) will turn up names like Rovio (which syncs games across various devices), Uber (a high-end car-share and driver service) and Umano (which reads articles aloud so users can listen to news while driving or working out).
So what’s the deal, why the weird names?
I've been a busy man, a busy website designer, and a busy entrepreneur! A lot of positive developments have been taking place!
As you might know already, when I am not designing awesome websites and logos, I am working as an EMT saving the world! (Well.. maybe I'm being a bit dramatic) Nevertheless, working as an EMT on the night shift takes a toll on the body and mind, and really has limited the amount of design work I am able to do effectively and creatively. Luckily, I had the fortune some time ago to lift a patient that was over 300 pounds, which resulted in me getting a gnarly double hernia. Yes, I said luckily! Due to this injury, I have been able to free my schedule, and open up to new clients for design jobs. I haven't worked an EMT shift all summer, instead I've been doing graphic work for old and new clients along with my ambulance company. While I just underwent surgery last week, and feeling awesomely loopy due to prescription narcotics… I'm truly stoked because I've had time to update my business plan and develop more ways to provide excellent customer service!
Changes I've made on my website!
Google Analytics has given me thorough analysis of my customer's movements through my website. I have looked at what pages you visitors read, and what pages you visitors skip out on. I have seen which countries view my website, along with specific zip codes in the USA. By weeding through this information, I've decided to update a couple pages.
Changes I've made to my business!
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