What sets you apart from most Web developers?

  • I am skilled in all the leading Web technologies, programming languages, database systems, shopping carts, payment gateways, content management systems, and accessibility standards. Few developers can offer that breadth of knowledge.
  • Unlike most developers and agencies, I do not build a website such that the client is forced to come back to me for making changes in the future. I create websites using open-source tools, so the client is never dependent upon me, and a second developer could step in and take over, if needed.
  • Clients often tell me that I really listen to them, keep them up-to-date on progress, clearly explain technical information, respond quickly to any requests, and help their businesses by devising innovative solutions to a wide range of problems.
  • I'm usually available seven days a week, from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Pacific time).
  • My meticulous organizational skills make it much easier to manage and modify a website, because the files and directories are neatly organized and easy to find.
  • I have a proven track record, of more than a decade, working with established businesses, startups, colleges, and nonprofit organizations. My portfolio of successfully completed projects includes work done for a variety of organizations.
  • Unlike many other freelancers, I always meet deadlines, oftentimes completing projects ahead of schedule.
  • My rates are reasonable. I charge by the half-hour, and always round down to the nearest half-hour, as a courtesy to my clients. (Most freelancers charge by the hour, and round up.)
  • I can work independently, or in conjunction with a team or a sole Web designer.
  • I complete work quicker than most developers, and oftentimes can start within minutes of the client sending instructions.
  • Despite zero advertising, I am experiencing increasing demand for my services, because my clients often refer me to other businesspeople.
  • I am the highest ranking independent website developer in the world on Google Search, since early 2009.