How I Got Into Web Design
Ever since I could remember, I've always been interested in knowing how things worked. I was alway taking things apart and putting them back together. As computers became more of a household item in the 80's, I was also intrigued by what made them tick.
In the early 90's, I was going to take up Computer Repair, but was persuaded to enroll in a variety of computer programming courses. Sadly, finding a job in that field was very difficult. So I found work in an unrelated field. The dot-com boom of the late 90's rekindled my interest in programming, but this time, for website development.
In 2001, I published my very first photography-based website, which had a lot of fanfare. Coincidentally, around the same time, my careeer in customer service started to take off. However, I never stopped building websites. It's just something that I love doing.
Over the years, as the Internet has evolved, so has my web development skills. I keep my skills sharpened by enrolling in various web design courses.
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It's All About Service
I have several years of hospitality experience under my belt. That being said, I've learned a lot about people and their expectations.
And over the years, I've learned how to manage both successfully, which has led to many awards and promotions.
I take pride in delivering outstanding customer satisfaction.
My customer service experience has helped me tremendously in getting new and repeat clients for web design work.
My clients get more than a website. They get me—someone who listens and understands what they are looking for. Someone who shares their vision of online success. More than developing websites, I develop relationships. A business partnership that my clients can rely on.
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