Before relocating to Sonoma County, I spent three decades in San Francisco where I owned and operated businesses in the service, hospitality and manufacturing industries, and served on the boards of several non-profits. Among the many responsibilities of a typical business owner, those I enjoyed most were in the areas of sales and marketing. I derived a great deal of satisfaction from designing promotional materials such as brochures, advertisements and, most of all, websites.
Whether you are a business or a non-profit, a visit to your website by a potential customer or donor may represent their first interaction with you. It must stand out among those of your peers, conveying your message in a unique, creative, functional and visually attractive manner. You'll get results when visitors come away thinking that if your website is this good, then your products and services must be, too.
You may have noticed that this website is different from anything you've seen. That's a good thing. Most of today's websites are created from templates, and it shows. You can do better.
I invite you to look over my portfolio and click or tap the links to explore each example.