I have strong opinions about what constitutes a good website. A website
is not merely a collection of pages, it is an education and
communications vehicle, a marketing tool, a business instrument, and a
company's public face. A website must be integrated with
company goals, or it will fail.
Bad websites can happen despite the best of intentions. Often, even
though Jane Q. Public recognizes that a site is bad, often
www.yourcompany.com is unaware that the public isn't getting what they should from their site.
My philosophy stems from my wide range of experience. I have worked in
almost all facets of web development, in nearly every type of
environment -- in a cutting edge boutique-style web shop serving
entertainment clients -- in a stodgy multinational IT department
working on a global corporate intranet -- in a fly-by-night web shop
working for dodgy Hollywood types -- in a startup web portal -- and in
a software-process intensive web-based application company.
I've done it all, and that gives me the perspective needed to make
your website work.