I combine classical philosophy with the best in web design theory to create unique web experiences that users love.
I'm a self-taught web designer. I launched my first website in 2007 and have been in love ever since.
My background as a student of philosophy gives me a unique design perspective. Philosophy has a way of unlocking the mind and opening up new worlds. I use my classical training to deliver incredible results.
I work hard to make my clients happy. Each project conforms to my design principles.
The hardest part of web design is knowing when enough is enough. There are lots of flashy tricks that could be deployed on a site, but are they appropriate? The best sites have clean code, a clean layout, and plenty of white space.
It can be easy to lose sight of the forest for the trees. Good design falls away and the user naturally focuses on the content. Good design also delights in its simplicity. I keep content front and center and let the design play a supporting role.
Websites need to be ready to be loaded by a wide range of internet connection speeds. This presents a true challenge, especially in an environment that demands image rich sites. I work hard to keep the load times to a minimum.
Gone are the days when designing was for a limited set of screen sizes. Today, there are an infinite number of configurations. My sites respond to the device size and consistently display the content. It's what users expect.