While working as a project manager for a large website development company in California, I noticed the smaller, or lesser accounts were overlooked. They paid up to $5000 for a site with six pages, yet, their needs, questions, and requests were ignored. The realization was if a business didn’t have a website where thousands could be charged, the client was put on the back burner and treated poorly.
This didn’t sit right with me. In 2007, I left the company and started my own website development company focusing on the clients, not the $. I am passionate and determined to make sure every client, regardless of the size of their site or budget would get my undivided attention and high standards of work. My goal has not changed. I still want every website, even if it’s a site that I am updating an image on, to be done right, professionally, use best practices, and be treated with respect. I give a damn.