The trouble with internet development is that there is a never ending fire hose of ideas and a multitude of technologies to realize those ideas. The trick is to know what to use where and when. That's where I come in.
I specialize in the development of interactive websites and web based applications. Working closely with industry leading interactive and advertising agencies, start-ups and a multitude of other businesses, demanding projects get done on time and on budget.
One of the best ways to grow as a developer is to "scratch an itch". Everyday we deal with things that either irk, puzzle or frustrate us. Why not turn those things into experience and potentially business ideas? That's exactly what I have done with a few things.
PageProofer.com is the most recent example of this. It was born out of the frustration of trying to manage client and team feedback during the website development process. I built an app that would allow development and design teams to leave notes and feedback directly on the websites and applications they were developing instead of flipping back and forth between emails, spreadsheets and project management apps. If you're interested checkout PageProofer and sign up for a free trial account.
Anyone (well almost anyone) can build a website, but you wouldn't trust just anyone to build your home or office so why let just anyone build your website? I use the latest web technologies, follow development best practices and work closely with design teams to deliver robust, beautiful, easy to maintain websites. Check out some examples here.
Apps, apps, apps. It's all about the apps. No it's not. It's about knowing who your audience is, what they need and how best to deliver that. It might be an app, it might be a responsive website, it might be a hybrid of the two. I don't take a cookie cutter approach to clients' mobile challenges. Each project is unique, each solution is different.
Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, Twitter, Foursquare. Trying to stay up to date with the latest social technologies is almost a full time job. I work with all the major social media services and APIs on a regular basis, pulling in data, pushing out status updates, allowing clients to provide their customers and audiences with the latest and greatest of social media.