Responsive Web Development
I began creating websites in 1996 (20 years ago) as a hobby and for a couple of local clients. Because I’ve been doing it for such a long time I have a breadth of knowledge someone with less experience might not possess. I’m conversant with HTML, CSS, PHP, and MySQL and have intermediate experience in jQuery and REST/XML.
If you give me a design I can usually turn it into code. It often takes a deeper skill set to successfully produce a responsive website (one that looks good and functions on phones, tablets, laptops, and desktops). I can also produce designs myself if you don’t have an expert designer sending you something.
I’ve done many custom coding jobs. Custom WordPress e-commerce and membership club management, e-mail list sending and scrubbing, developing and accessing REST API’s, and wiring up landing pages with dynamic content (like hooking a custom coupon code dynamically loaded from a hosted list to an e-mail list sign up).
It’s a fact of life that the best way to cut costs is to outsource technical and graphic design work to lower cost contractors. I have been working with companies all over the world to seamlessly integrate their work into my main client’s project portfolio. This means interacting via e-mail and Skype sometimes at odd hours of the night to get things moving. Most of my work history has been with remote clients so I am uniquely situated to interact successfully with offshore teams.
I have done quite a bit with Flash animation and HTML5 video. Though demand for Flash animations has waned, video that works on desktop and mobile channels is in great demand. I know how to produce, encode, and deliver video to all form factors.