In this day and age, everyone needs a home on the web. It’s important your site clearly articulates your company’s mission while educating viewers enough to take action. I start every web design by fully researching the company I’m designing for. I then design for the end result in mind.
Web design is one of my main job functions for the last two and a half years. I currently design and implement 2-3 websites a month. I host and manage on a private server about 40 more.
Technically, I setup my first website in 1996. I hosted my own blog all through high school and into my Navy career. My degree from Tulsa Community College is in Digital Media with an emphasis in Web Design.
Dr. Chris Meyer, Associate Professor of Business at Baylor University, has been a guest on my High Performance Leadership several times, so when he was looking for a partner to help him launch his own website and podcast, he turned to me for help. I made it easy for him to update the site with new podcast episodes and articles.
Waco History Podcast
I designed the website for my podcast, the Waco History Podcast. I wanted to make sure people could quickly and easily find the episodes they were looking for. I optimized it for mobile because many people visiting the site were coming from mobile devices.
Centris Information Services
I designed the website for Centris Information Services, a U.S.-based call center with major operations in Mexico. They wanted to set themselves apart from the competition using a vivid color palette, avoiding stock photography, and highlighting the personalities of their agents.
In addition to putting together the design, I shot most of the photography and all of the video for the site. I also designed the email automation built in to all the site’s forms.