In 1999 I began developing artist and gallery sites with the mission of showing art effectively while enabling artists or gallery owners to do their own updates.

Since then many things have changed in the world of web development, away from the coding and kluging of old HTML sites to more drag and drop, menu driven WordPress themes, myriads of plugins, and user friendly editing and formatting schemes.

I have gone on to develop a number of diverse sites for biotech, retail, real estate, and e-commerce sites.

With an emphasis on customer satisfaction and projecting a professional image befitting the subject matter, my clients have ranged from artists to biotech startups to more utilitarian businesses such as storage units and ranchland development ventures. Tools employed include cascading style sheets for more automation, template-based web development including Squarespace and Doubleknot, and content management system (CMS) employing wordpress.

Keeping up with Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques, customer sites have maintained top ten listings for competitive search terms over the years. By keeping websites dynamic and incorporating social media content, my clients are ranking near the top of Google and other SE results in relevant searches. For example, a relatively young site is scoring well for competitive search; Google search for “record stores Albuquerque” for client Nob Hill Music.